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Pretty Please?

An Oliver Twist moment at the jaZams block party on Palmer Square West Friday, which abounded in food, crafts, fun, and music, plus a showing of “The Princess Bride.” From…

Bipartisan Effort Seeks to Restore Funds For Continued Plasma Physics Research

The U.S. House of Representatives’ recent vote to restore $76 million for fusion energy research was the occasion of a visit by Congressmen Rush Holt (D-12) and Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-11)…

Newly Elected Democratic Committee Makes History With Its First Meeting

With consolidation of the two Princetons looming, the Princeton Democratic Municipal Committee held a reorganization meeting last week. The gathering, at which officers were elected and bylaws adopted, was the…

All in a Day’s Work

The Health Care Ministry of Princeton (HCM) is a non-profit organization that provides transportation, food, shopping, visits, and caregiver support to the elderly. It was was founded in 1984 by…

Invitation to the Dance

Summer beauty on Hinds Plaza, music’s playing, three kids are dancing, one girl’s looking on, tempted to take a turn. Will she or won’t she join the dance? How could…

Trust Puts Battlefield On “Endangered” List; Institute Defends Plans for Development

The Institute for Advanced Study’s case for building faculty housing on an undeveloped parcel of land adjacent to the Princeton Battlefield took a hit last week with the announcement that…

Arrest Made in Connection With Local Burglaries Following Collaborative Effort by Area Police

A man who may be connected to a series of recent burglaries in Princeton and surrounding communities has been arrested by the New Brunswick Police. Walter Lee Hastings, 50, was…

In The Running For Community Connection

At Sunday’s Princeton Kids Marathon Race Day hundreds of children from kindergartners to 8th graders were off and running. Joining the kids were former Giants offensive lineman Bart Oats (looming…

Comprehensive School Climate Inventory Measures Social and Emotional Learning

The results of a “social climate inventory” administered in October, 2011, to Princeton Regional School District (PRSD) students, parents, and employees, highlighted district strengths and revealed areas that need improvement.…

Workshop at Volition Wellness Studios Addresses “The Not So Empty Nest”

Confronted with a still sluggish economy, an increasing number of recent college graduates have had to postpone plans for independent living and move in with their parents. The adjustment can…