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Local Chefs Join Forces With Author For November’s Princeton Library Benefit

There was a time when Princeton was not considered a restaurant town. But as any local foodie knows, those days are in the past. Capitalizing on the popularity of several…

Historians Lecture at Library As Part of N.J. Anniversary

Two lectures will be presented at the Princeton Public Library as part of the Princeton Area Six Historic Sites N.J. 350th Celebration this weekend, September 26 and 27. Historian Tom…

Scotland’s Historic Referendum Yields Sighs of Relief and Sorrow

Ties between Princeton and Scotland run as deep as the fight for independence that saw the death of General Hugh Mercer at the Battle of Princeton. Mercer was a medical…

Randy Cohen Interviews Muldoon and Korelitz For “Person, Place, Thing” in Community Room

Randy Cohen will interview  Pulitzer Prize-winning Irish poet Paul Muldoon and his wife novelist Jean Hanff Korelitz for his public radio program Person, Place, Thing on Monday, September 29 at…

Dorothea’s House’s 100th Anniversary

Dorothea’s House, the Italian-American cultural center in Princeton, celebrates its 100th anniversary on October 5 with entertainment by Coro d’Italia, an Italian American singing and dancing group based in Upper…

Signing A Winner

Illustrator Brian Floca is signing a copy of his 2014 Caldecott Award-winning book “Locomotive” at the Princeton Public Library’s Children’s Book Festival on Saturday. Comments from some of the young…

Breaking News: PHS Football Defeats Ewing

Before a packed house under the lights brought into Harris Field for homecoming, the Princeton High football team defeated Ewing 7-0 on Friday night. PHS scored on a 11-yard touchdown…

Breaking News: Demolition Now Pushed to Monday

Princeton officials have moved the date for starting demolition of the former Princeton Hospital site to Monday, September 22. Originally targeted for today (Friday), the razing will begin with the…

BREAKING NEWS: TD Bank Robber Captured by Police

Yesterday afternoon, Princeton police announced the capture of Wesley A. Gugliuzza, a 28-year-old homeless man charged with the TD Bank robbery that occurred on Monday, September 15, in the bank…

Fund That Aids Latino Immigrants Celebrates Progress of a Decade

For a growing number of Latino immigrants in Princeton, Trenton, and other parts of Mercer County, the Latin American Legal Defense and Education Fund (LALDEF) has provided much-needed assistance in…