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Fireworks, Flintlocks, Benjamin Franklin as Princeton Celebrates

Independence Day falls on a Saturday this year and there will be enough history-inspired events to fill the entire day, not to mention a few that take place on the…

655 Bus Will Likely End But Alternative Exists, More Being Explored

For those who rely on NJ Transit’s 655 bus for transportation between Princeton and the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro, prospects are dim for the future of the…

Standing Together

Speaking at the Interfaith Prayer Vigil for Peace and Racial Justice held in response to the previous week’s shooting at the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C., Director of the…

Missing Four Year Old Female Lost and Found

The Princeton Police Department states that as of 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 30, a four year old female on Cleveland Lane was reported missing. She was found 30 minutes later safely in…

An Evening at Mercer Educational Gardens

The Rutgers Master Gardeners of Mercer County will host a program, “An Evening at MEG” on Wednesday, July 15 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Mercer Educational Gardens (MEG), 431A…

McCarter Theatre Bids Farewell to Eight Long-Standing Board Members

At its June Board meeting, the final gathering of the 2014/2015 season, McCarter Theatre Center bid a fond farewell to eight outgoing board members. Departing the Board are James Burke,…

Hospital Exploring Merger Options

Princeton HealthCare System may merge with another health care organization, chief executive officer Barry S. Rabner revealed to physicians in an email that was sent out last week. Though PCHS,…

Shark Week at Princeton Public Library

Shark Week, the long-running cable television event kicks off this year on July 6, and Princeton Public Library is marking the week with some complementary programs. Designed to entertain as…

Helping Children with Special Needs Is Nothing New For Barbara Majeski

Barbara Majeski will never forget the day her parents told her and her siblings that their brother Steven was never going to develop like other children. She was only six…

On National Mosquito Awareness Week, Mercer County Has Control in Hand

It’s that time of year again. Recent rains have not only been good for gardens, they have provided the perfect conditions for mosquitos to breed. This week is National Mosquito…