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Princeton’s Backyard

That’s how the Historical Society of Princeton envisioned the Updike Farmstead when it was opened two years ago, according to HSP Executive Director Erin Dougherty. “We want people to come…

Christopher Durang Comedy Wins “Best Play” at 2013 Tony Awards

The Christopher Durang comedy, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike won the Tony Award for “Best Play” at this year’s Tony Award celebrations. The play, which was a McCarter…

Black Bear Sightings, Adult Male May Be Looking for Princeton Home

We all know that Princeton is prime residential real estate. It seems that black bears think so too. Animal Control Officer Mark Johnson reports that, according to the New Jersey…

A Fundraising “Concert Under the Stars” To Take Place in “Princeton’s Back Yard”

A three-story white farmhouse on six sprawling acres between Route 1 and Princeton Pike gives passing motorists a glimpse of rural life from another century. The Updike Farmstead on Quaker…

Annual Goldberg Lecture Features Local Architects

The Arts Council of Princeton presents the sixth annual David R. Goldberg Lecture in Architecture on Wednesday, June 12, at 7 p.m. at the Paul Robeson Center, 102 Witherspoon Street.…

Special Achievement Awards To Honor Local Women

The Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Women in Business Alliance (WIBA) will be hosting the first Women of Achievement Awards breakfast honoring women from the Princeton Region and Central New…

Bomb Threat Shuts Down Princeton University

A bomb threat to multiple, unspecified buildings at Princeton University Tuesday morning resulted in the evacuation of a large part of the campus and an investigation involving local, state, and…

Town/Gown Police Cooperate During Campus Emergency

Tuesday’s campus bomb threat highlighted the challenges and advantages of two police departments working in the same jurisdiction. Officers from both the Princeton Police Department (PPD) and the Princeton University…

Council Passes Budget, Names Schmierer Conflict of Interest Attorney

Princeton’s municipal attorney Edwin Schmierer was chosen to be its conflict of interest lawyer at a meeting of Princeton Council on Monday night. The other key item on the agenda…

THE LAST MILE

Community Connection’s 2013 Princeton Kids Marathon Sunday was part of a region-wide effort to promote health and fitness for children in grades K-8 while raising funds for services provided to…