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Community Night Out

Featuring a dunking pool for Princeton’s Finest and a climbing wall, the Princeton Recreation Department’s Community Night Out event engendered a strong turn-out at the CP Pool last week. (Photo…

BREAKING NEWS: Avalon Bay

Princeton Engineering Department reports that Yannuzzi Corporation’s removal of carpeting, non-asbestos ceiling tiles, lighting fixtures, non-asbestos pipe coverings, copper water piping, electrical wiring and office partitions from the inside of…

Nine Princeton Community Village Students Receive Support For College Attendance

Nine high school students from Princeton Community Village (PCV) have won grants from the New Jersey and National Affordable Housing Management Association (NAHMA) and its New Jersey affiliate (JAHMA). All…

Michael Curtis to Receive French Légion d’honneur

Michael Curtis, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Rutgers University, has been appointed by the President of France to the rank of Chevalier of the French Legion of Honor for his…

Former Area Resident Pays Tribute to Impact of Boyhood Princeton Influences

The image may be faded but the event it depicts had a lasting effect on the two young boys pictured. Julius Madey went on to develop the Easy Pass wireless…

Edmund Keeley and Karen Emmerich Win 2014 PEN Award for Poetry in Translation

The 2014 PEN Award for poetry in translation for Diaries of Exile (Archipelago $15) by Yannis Ritsos has been awarded to Karen Emmerich, a 2000 Princeton alumna who will join…

Plein Air Art Show For Hunterdon Festival

The Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce announces that Flemington’s Annual Plein Air Art Festival will be part of this year’s Hunterdon Fest on Saturday, September 6. Artists are welcome to…

Section of University Place Re-Closed To Adjust Height of Elevated Crossing

An elevated crossing installed at the wrong height is the culprit in the recent re-closing of a section of University Place, from College Road to Alexander Street. Work began last…

Men At Work

Witherspoon Street undergoes some serious road work as a new business gets electrical wiring installed. The work, which is being carried out in front of Subway and the new Mamoun’s…

From Ghana to Griggs Farm: Immigrant Family Finds Dream of Affordable Housing in Princeton

It’s Monday morning and Elizabeth Bonnah is getting ready to drive her two children into the center of town for their respective summer camps. Aba Smith, 12, is taking part…