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Post Office Sale Being Negotiated, Branch to Move to Hulfish Street

Negotiations with a California-based development company are underway for the sale of Princeton’s post office on Palmer Square. Once the arrangements are completed, the branch will move to a smaller…

Twenty Years in the Heart of Princeton

After beginning its 20th anniversary celebration Sunday morning with music from the Princeton High School String Quartet, Small World Coffee threw a party that evening, shown in progress here, featuring…

Firestone Library Renovation Yields Unexpected Clues to University’s Past

At Princeton University’s Firestone Library, a 10-year renovation project currently underway has produced some unexpected clues to the past. Workers knocking down walls and dismantling old study carrels have come…

A Focus on Local Produce To Continue at Planned Eatery

Kim Rizk wants people to know that the crepes she and business partner Kathy Klockenbrink sell at local farmers’ markets are about more than sweet stuff. “We’re not promoting strawberries,…

Princeton Says Goodbye to Superintendent Wilson

The Princeton Board of Education and the school community gathered in the Learning Commons of the John Witherspoon Middle School, yesterday to say farewell to Superintendent of Schools Judith A.…

Washington to Cross Delaware in Christmas Day Reenactment

This December 25 thousands are expected to gather on both sides of the Delaware River to watch the reenactment of George Washington’s daring 1776 river crossing. Police Lieutenant John Godzieba…

Small World Celebrates 20 Years With Special Events This Sunday

When Small World Coffee opened its doors in Princeton on December 22, 1993, independent coffee houses were just beginning to pop up on the East coast. Founders and co-owners, Jessica…

Snow and Song on Nassau Street

Members of the Princeton High School Women’s Choir singing songs of the season in front of Landau’s, with Nassau Hall in the background. Meanwhile another group from the choir was…

Princeton Photographer Ricardo Barros Explores the Culture of Graffiti Writers

A new exhibition of 36 photographs by Princeton photographer Richard Barros opens with a gallery reception this Friday, December 13, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Gallery 219, in Trenton.…

Three Men Rescued After Boat Hits Dam On Lake Carnegie

Patrols, Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad, Princeton Fire Dept. and Kingston Fire Dept. responded to Lake Carnegie near Dodds Lane on Princeton-Kingston Rd. on Tuesday at 11:30 a.m,  after…