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Bucks County Artist Alan Goldstein Explores Four Elements at ArtWorks

A forest of large painted and individually collaged prisms is hanging throughout ArtWorks in Trenton in a massive interactive installation that is the centerpiece of a one man show of…

Community Park School Unveils Dynamic “Reflection Tree” Mural

The first time a visitor to Community Park School (CP) on Witherspoon Street sees the new mural there, it might take some time to find the six words embedded among…

Princeton Medicine to Open Office Next to Old Hospital Building

Princeton Medicine, the primary and specialty care physician group of Princeton HealthCare System (PHCS), will open an office in June at 281 Witherspoon Street, next door to the former hospital…

Student Solar Fair Open to the Public

The Princeton area’s first ever student solar celebration, “SolarJam 2014,” will be held on May 17 (rain date May 18) from noon to 2 p.m. at Princeton High School. Nine…

Eisgruber Tells Chamber Members Funding Is Needed for State Schools

Investing in higher education is crucial, Princeton University President Christopher L. Eisgruber told members of the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce at a luncheon last Thursday. Making his first official…

Crisis Ministry Gets Grant From Unitarian Congregation

The Unitarian Universalist Congregation (UUCP) of Princeton recently awarded a grant of $2,000 to support workforce development and employment readiness activities at the Crisis Ministry of Mercer County. Carolyn Biondi,…

AvalonBay Sues Princeton Over Additional Testing

The developer AvalonBay is suing the town of Princeton, Princeton Council, Mayor Liz Lempert, and two municipal staff members over the developer’s agreement for the 280-unit rental complex planned for…

Council Adopts Budget After Lengthy Debate Over Salary Levels

Princeton Council adopted the proposed 2014 budget Tuesday night, but not without heated discussion. The issue under debate was whether to include a line item in the budget for an…

Union Representatives Question AvalonBay’s Choice of Subcontractor

The rat, as a symbol of union displeasure, made an appearance on Witherspoon Street Friday, May 9, in front of the old hospital building that has been purchased for redevelopment…

Jumping for Joy

Members of the Princeton Day School boys’ lacrosse team celebrate after they edged Rutgers Prep 10-8 last Monday in the state Prep B championship game. It was the program’s first…