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Author Elin Hilderbrand Comes to Library To Discuss Her Latest Novel “Winter Street”

You don’t have to have visited Nantucket to be a fan of Elin Hilderbrand. Readers who eagerly await her annual summer novels, set on the idyllic island off the Massachusetts…

Stately Home on Library Place Is Holiday Designer Showhouse

A brick Georgian house at 159 Library Place will be open November 13-16 and 20-23 as The Junior League of Princeton’s Designer Showhouse & Gardens: Holiday Edition. The magnificent home…

Alice Kent’s 50th Anniversary at Nelson Glass Is Marked by Donations to SAVE’s Fundraiser

In 1964, Alice Kent answered an ad in the newspaper for a secretarial position at the Nelson Glass Company. She was hired immediately by founder and owner, the late Bob…

Prophetic Fire, Rock and Roll, Poetic Trespass, Featured Subjects of Labyrinth Conversations

Labyrinth Books will be hosting a varied series of conversations over the coming week, beginning with Cornel West and James H. Cone discussing Mr. West’s new book, Black Prophetic Fire…

Holiday Sales and Bazaars Are Getting Into Gear

Area churches and community organizations are holding special sales and flea markets starting the week before Thanksgiving. Upcoming events include sales at Hopewell United Methodist Church, Trinity Church, and Princeton…

No Life-Threatening Injuries After School Bus Crash on 206

According to a Princeton Police Department report, a serious bus accident occurred Tuesday afternoon at 2:48 on State Highway 206, which resulted in the closing of the highway between Lovers…

Princeton Battlefield Focus of National Campaign

The preservation of the historic Princeton Battlefield is the first project of a national initiative launched Tuesday by the Civil War Trust. At a Veterans Day ceremony held under the…

After Shamsi and Witter Election Tie, Witter Wins Final Count By Two Votes

The School Board election lived up to the old adage about not counting your chickens before they hatch. Last week’s coverage of the election for the Princeton Public Schools Board…

Council Introduces Ordinance Regulating Hours of Business

Princeton Council Monday night voted to introduce an ordinance that would limit the early morning opening hours for some Princeton businesses that border residential neighborhoods. The approval, which required a…

A Walk in the Institute Woods

The Institute for Advanced Study’s gift to the community was in its glory last weekend. The Woods attract an unusual number of bird species, particularly during the songbird migration seasons.…