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A Riverside Fourth Grader’s Best Friend Comes Courtesy of Canine Companions

Ten-year old Rachel Bryant is a fourth grader at Riverside School. About 18 months ago, Rachel, who has Down Syndrome, showed signs of developmental leaps, all good, but at the…

Deadly Crash

This was the scene on Riverside Drive in March 2013 when Princeton resident Eric Maltz crashed the vehicle he was driving into the front of a parked Toyota Camry. The…

Italian, Celtic, Bluegrass Music Traditions Intertwine in Guitar Concert This Friday Night

In a bit of larger-than-life advertising, local musician Bill Flemer has been promoting a concert coming to Kingston Presbyterian Church this weekend. A giant guitar on a platform, towed by…

Pearl Buck Event Set for January 15

Thom Nickels, whose book about Philadelphia legends, Legendary Locals of Center City Philadelphia includes material about Pearl S. Buck, author of The Good Earth, will be discussing the author’s life…

It Won’t Be Long Before It’s Gone

According to the Office of the Engineer, demolition at the old hospital site should take another one to one-and-a-half months, weather permitting. The section of the seven-story former hospital building…

2014 in Photographs

 NEW OPERATORS, NEW STYLE: Princeton’s Garden Theatre, the only movie house in town, got a new lease on life when it was taken over by Renew Theaters, a non-profit organization…

Last Year’s Snow

This was the scene on Witherspoon Street during one snow storm last winter. Photographer Charles R. Plohn captured the quiet after the storm on Monday, February 3, and the damage…

IAS Professor’s “Adventures in Potland” In Search of Treatment for Lung Cancer

Until recently, Patricia Crone was a familiar sight around Princeton, riding her bicycle (without a helmet) to and from the Institute for Advanced Study where she is professor emerita of…

Police Officer Goes the Extra Mile For Princeton’s Immigrant Community

When President Obama announced his executive action on immigration policy November 20, offering temporary legal status to millions of illegal immigrants, Princeton Police Officer Jorge A. Narvaez knew it wouldn’t…

Taco Truck Comes to Princeton Shopping Center

Jason Scott has yet to see the movie Chef, about a man who quits his job at a prominent Los Angles restaurant, opens a taco truck, and takes it on…