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Designers Are Starting Over After Fire At Shingle Style House on Bayard Lane

Even after three months, the house still smells like smoke. It was smoke, in fact, that caused major damage from a fire that flared up late on the night of…

Author Jhumpa Lahiri Is Among 17 New Princeton Faculty Appointments

The Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Jhumpa Lahiri will join Princeton’s creative writing faculty in the Lewis Center for the Arts at Prince-ton University, but not until September of 2015. Ms. Lahiri…

Story Hours for Children At Community Park Pool

The Red Umbrella/La Sombrilla Roja will host a series of story hours for young children at Princeton’s Community Park Pool at 4:30 p.m. every Thursday from July 10 through August…

Waiters Are Warming Up For Race at Palmer Square

On Thursday, July 10, local wait staff will put their tray-balancing skills to the test at the Waiters’ Race, an event organized by the Princeton Merchants Association. The event kicks…

Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Receives $65,000 Donation

The Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association has received a donation of $65,000 from the RBC Blue Water Project Leadership Grant program. The grant will fund river-friendly initiatives for water protection and…

Library Has Science Programs To Complement Reading

In keeping with the science theme of Summer Reading this year at the Princeton Public Library, three children’s programs will be held in the Community Room. On Wednesday, July 16…

Blueberries For Emilija

Talis Lin and daughter Emilija from New York City did some serious blueberry picking at last weekend’s Terhune Orchards Blueberry Bash. Parents may remember the little girl in Robert McCloskey’s…

Princeton HealthCare System Settles EEOC Suit

Princeton HealthCare System will pay $1.35 million to settle a disability discrimination lawsuit brought four years ago by the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) regarding employee leave policy.…

With No New Contract,Teachers’ Union Talks Will Continue This Month

Princeton’s school teachers are working under an expired contract since no agreement has as yet been reached on a new one for the next three years. Talks took place between…

Princeton Police Arrest Trenton Woman In Theft of Valuables Worth Over $90K

The Princeton Police Department has arrested a Trenton woman for several thefts that occurred in the Princeton homes where she was employed as a cleaner. The accused, Irma Natareno, 57,…