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With Space at a Premium on Harrison, Rescue Squad Needs a New Building

Back in 1964 when the Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad (PFARS) built its headquarters on North Harrison Street, Princeton was a quieter, less populous town. The simple brick building…

Princeton Community Housing to Host Open House After Move to Monument Hall

Princeton Community Housing (PCH) invites the community to an Open House at its new location in Monument Hall, the former Princeton Borough Hall, on Thursday, April 3 from 4 to…

Princeton Nursery School on Leigh Avenue To Mark 85th Anniversary “Singin’ in the Rain”

The Princeton Nursery School (PNS) at 78 Leigh Avenue is celebrating 85 years of taking care of and educating two-and-a-half- to five-year-olds in the heart of the Witherspoon/Jackson community.  To…

Garden Theatre on Nassau Has New Operator as of June

Princeton University, which owns the Princeton Garden Theatre on Nassau Street, has made an agreement with Renew Theaters, a nonprofit organization with 21 years of experience running community movie theaters,…

Kim Pimley Named Chairman Of Board of Trustees

Kim J. Pimley is the new Chairman of the Princeton HealthCare System Board of Trustees. Gerald A. Compito succeeded her as Chairman of the PHCS Foundation Board of Directors during…

Tourism Spending Increases For Fourth Year in a Row

Tourism expenditures in Mercer County were $1.154 billion in 2013, an almost four percent increase from 2012 and an all-time high, according to “The Economic Impact of Tourism in New…

Princeton’s Shade Tree Commission Unveils New Database for Street Trees

What would Princeton be without its trees? The blossoming pear trees on Witherspoon Street signal spring for many residents. Street trees provide shelter and shade that can save homeowners on…

Battle Field Cleanup

Volunteers invited by the Princeton Battlefield Society and the Central New Jersey chapter of the Sierra Club turned out in force to remove invasive species such as bamboo from the…

Local Medical Student Will Ride Across Country for World Health

Princeton resident David Silbergeld will set off by bicycle from San Diego to Washington, D.C., Wednesday, March 26, as part of a team of medical students raising funds for global…

Remembering Chuck Inman, Jr., Whose Faith Created the Foundation of His Life of Service

Charles (“Chuck”) Inman, Jr. chose to spend his life serving others, providing food for the hungry and help for the hopeless. It was his special gift to see a need,…