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Naturalist-Jeff Hoagland To Lead Walk, Thursday

An evening trail-and-stream-walk and family picnic at the D&R Greenway, co-sponsored by Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association (SBMA), will be held Thursday, July 11, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on the…

Marketing Showcase Moves to Hinds Plaza

Hinds Plaza is the new location for the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce’s 7th Annual Mid-Summer Marketing Showcase on July 16, sponsored by the Bank of Princeton. “This year’s showcase…

June’s Drenching Rains Vex Local Farmers

Ask any farmer if they’d rather have a dry year or a wet year, and the answer is likely to be the same: Dry. “You can water, but if you…

Council Hears About New “Loyalty Card,” Results of Police Survey

Hoping to encourage Princeton residents and visitors to shop local, the Princeton Merchants Association (PMA) has announced a new debit/credit card that can be used at establishments in town and…

Merwick’s New Garden Is Designed With Physical Therapy in Mind

Merwick Care and Rehabilitation in Plainsboro has added an outdoor dimension to its physical therapy treatments with a 7,500 square foot garden designed with a purpose. The therapy garden, the…

In Search of Lost Time

  In July 1866, five years before Marcel Proust was born, the Flemington Neshanock Baseball Club played its first game. Revived in 2001 to make up for lost time, the…

As New Jersey DUI Deaths Rise Senate Passes Ignition Interlocks Bill

The bill requiring that anyone convicted of drunk driving must have ignition interlocks on their vehicles was passed by the New Jersey Senate, Thursday, June 27 with 34 “yes” votes…

ACLU Sues State, Alleges Seminary Funding Violates Separation of Church and State

According to the American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey (ACLU-NJ), the State of New Jersey violated the New Jersey Constitution and law against discrimination when it awarded taxpayer funds…

With $50 and Advice From the Experts, Young Entrepreneurs Test Their Ideas

Most of the budding entrepreneurs who use Tigerlabs as a place to launch start-up businesses are in their 20s, 30s, or older. But the innovators who spent six weeks this…

Six Local Mayors Focus on Regional Issues

Six Mercer County mayors met for breakfast last Thursday morning at the Hyatt Regency Princeton to discuss regional issues with each other, with representatives of local businesses, and with members…