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Christine’s Hope for Kids At Riverside School Gym

Guest artists and young musicians from Riverside, Littlebrook, and Princeton High Schools will entertain Wednesday, June 4 at an evening in support of Christine’s Hope for Kids, a charitable foundation…

Littlebrook Wins Young Audiences Funding For Creatively Green Arts Festival, June 12

Littlebrook Elementary is one of six schools selected from 18 in New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania to win a competitive award from the regional arts-in-education program, Young Audiences (YA) of…

Players on Parade

The National Pastime was represented at Saturday’s Memorial Day Parade in the form of players from Little League and Girls Softball Association Teams. Memorial Day thoughts are also the subject…

Forest Jewelers on Nassau Street Closes, Mitch Forest Bids Farewell to His Customers

Forest Jewelers, a fixture on Nassau Street and one of the town’s oldest “Mom and Pop” stores, has closed its doors. Hamilton Jewelers, the store’s larger neighbor a few doors…

Architecture Campus Tour In Time for Reunions

On Saturday, May 31 from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., the Historical Society of Princeton is offering a new walking tour exploring the architecture on campus dating from 1756 to…

Memorial Day Parade To Be Held Saturday

The Spirit of Princeton invites the community to the annual Memorial Day Parade and Dedication Ceremony Saturday, May 24. The parade begins on Nassau Street and Princeton Avenue at 10…

Pre-Demolition Update On Former Hospital Site

The municipality of Princeton has issued an update regarding work at the hospital site on Witherspoon Street. While no demolition work has been authorized because the developer of the site,…

Mike Cifelli, Who Introduced Social Media To Princeton Police Department, Is Retiring

On his last day on the job Friday, May 16, it was business as usual for Police Sergeant Mike Cifelli at his desk in the Princeton Police Department building on…

Flying High

Princeton High boys’ lacrosse players Matt Purdy, left, and Matt Corrado celebrate after a goal in PHS’s 7-3 win over Hopewell Valley in the Mercer County Tournament semifinals on May…

Forest Jewelers Owners to Close Up Shop

One of Princeton’s oldest “Mom and Pop” stores is closing its doors next week. Forest Jewelers, a Nassau Street institution for 32 years, will sell its last bauble on Tuesday…