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PNC Bank Looking to Expand Princeton Shopping Center Branch

PNC Bank has plans to build a 4,020 square-foot new location on the site of its current, drive-through bank in Princeton Shopping Center. The new branch, which still needs approvals,…

Pennington’s Dave Haggerty Is a “Player” at the U.S. Open

Dave Haggerty has been devoted to the game of tennis as far back as he can remember. Currently first vice president of the United States Tennis Association (USTA), the Pennington…

Princeton Children’s Book Festival Takes Its Place on the “Literary Map”

“This year we are bigger and better!” exclaimed Princeton Children’s Book Festival coordinator Allison Santos of the Saturday, September 8 event. A resounding success for the last six years, this…

Fun Run

Members of the Princeton High boys’ soccer team go through their paces last week in a training session on the PHS turf field. PHS continued its recent run of success…

Are You Shut Out of Princeton Half Marathon? Join the Trenton Half Marathon a Week Later

Once word got out last spring about the first-ever Princeton half marathon, which will benefit HI TOPS Health Center, registrations began to pour in. It wasn’t long before the maximum…

Use of Funding Formula to Identify Children at Risk Defended by Save Our Schools

In response to the suggestions that using the “Free and Reduced” lunch program for identifying children at risk for state funding is inaccurate and/or abused, Save our Schools (SOS) is…

New Name, New Look, New Website; Princeton Public Schools Ready to Go

“We are certainly ready to welcome our students back,” said Superintendent Judy Wilson in a recent Princeton Community TV appearance. Which is not to say that the schools have been…

Sidewalk Sale

Palmer Square held sidewalk sales Friday through Sunday, featuring clothes and accessories, jewelry and art, and plants like these. For shoppers and strollers looking for some free entertainment, there was…

“Farm to Table” Eatery Replaces Lahiere’s, Seeks to Recapture Its Neighborhood Spirit

When Jim Nawn decided to open Agricola, a restaurant at the former Lahiere’s location on Witherspoon Street, he hired New Jersey native Josh Thomsen as executive chef. The “farm to…

In “Books as Witness: The Artist’s Response” Art Helps Find Meaning Amid Life’s Losses

“Book as Witness: The Artist’s Response,” the current exhibit at the Center for Book Arts in New York City, is not for those looking for a bit of light-hearted diversion…