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Princeton is First in New Jersey To Win “Age Friendly” Designation

When Susan Hoskins started investigating the World Health Organization’s (WHO) designations of “age friendly communities” over a year ago, she felt as if she were reading a description of Princeton.…

Driving With ADHD Is Topic of UMCPP Discussion

On Sunday, October 19, from 3 to 5 p.m., a community discussion on the hazards of driving with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and what parents, teens, educators and adults…

Black Bear Facts, Municipal Website Has Safety Tips for Homeowners, Hikers

Shortly after the recent fatal mauling of a 22-year-old Rutgers student by a black bear in New Jersey’s 572-acre Apshawa Nature Preserve, the Princeton Police Department has drawn attention to…

Championing the Humanities

Senator Cory Booker opened a workshop designed to assist university professors and non-profit organizations tap into the resources of the National Endowment for the Humanities and the New Jersey Council…

NAMI Mercer to Observe Mental Illness Awareness Week

NAMI Mercer N.J., an affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, will commemorate Mental Illness Awareness Week by hosting its sixth annual Harvest of Hope Wellness Conference on Saturday,…

Former Mayor’s Son Paul Sigmund Arrested For DWI, Drug Possession

Paul Sigmund IV, 49, of San Francisco, was arrested Sunday morning for DWI and possession of heroin and drug paraphernalia after allegedly striking a pole in the Park Place parking…

Connecting the Tots

Lined up, weapons in hand, this troop is ready to march, sort of, at the Princeton Battlefield during Saturday’s celebration of New Jersey’s 350th anniversary. The day’s events included tours,…

BREAKING NEWS: Princeton Public Schools Hires New Food Service Provider

Princeton Public Schools has hired Nutri-Serve Food Management, Inc. to be the new food service provider for Princeton’s schools. Nutri-Serve enables children to make good food choices and also promotes healthy…

BREAKING NEWS: Princeton Public Library Receives Gift From NRG

Princeton Public Library has received a $25,000 donation from the Global Giving team of NRG Energy Inc. that will be directed to the library’s Stewardship Fund. The Stewardship Fund is…

BREAKING NEWS: Professor Offered Community Service in Theft Case

The Princeton University professor arrested this summer for stealing lawn signs has been offered a deal by the municipal prosecutor. John Mulvey, who was videotaped taking lawn signs of Princeton…