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After 44 Years and Many Memories, An Old-Fashioned Doctor Calls It Quits

Carl C. Hoyler remembers when Route 1 had a speed limit of 35 and drivers sometimes had to stop to let cows from a dairy farm cross the road. That…

Windmill Turns Again at Historical Society’s Updike Farmstead Site; Unity Garden Dedicated

The reinstallation of a windmill at the Updike Farmstead was cause for celebration at a recent party hosted by The Historical Society of Princeton. Guests admired the handiwork of E&R…

Charming Santa

Santa’s listening to the sweet nothings offered by Caroline Kinney, whose charms could melt a thousand snowmen. Children under 12 were invited to whisper holiday wishes in Santa’s ear at Morven Museum’s Cookies…

Wilson School Hosts Auction December 13 To Support Initiative for Trenton Youth at Risk

Most weekdays during the school year, a group of graduate students from Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School spend late afternoons in Trenton with teenagers at a local church. As part…

Board Announces Make-Up Days for Sandy; April vs. November Election Debated Again

Princeton public school children will be attending three additional days of school in 2013 — February 15, April 1, and June 20 — to make up for days lost during…

Shared Leadership

Members of the Princeton High boys’ soccer team celebrate after tying Ramapo 1-1 in the Group III state championship game last Saturday at The College of New Jersey to earn…

Dept. of Education’s Highest Prize Goes to Saint Paul Catholic School

Saint Paul Catholic School (SPS) of Princeton boasts several distinctions. It is the oldest Catholic school in Mercer County, and the oldest private elementary school in Princeton. Founded in 1880…

Television “Dancing” Star MacManus To Visit Area Dance Studio in January

Local fans of the hit TV show Dancing With the Stars will soon have a chance to spend an evening with one of the show’s professional dancers. Tristan MacManus, the…

Hospital Responds To Arrest of Worker

Edher Osrio of Princeton, an emergency room worker at the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro, has been accused of forcing a female patient to improperly touch him and,…

Faces In A Crowd

Palmer Square was at its most festive Friday for the holiday tree lighting, an event made noteworthy by the presence of a singing Santa, who belted out songs of the…