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Mercer Street Mansion Opens Doors For Historical Society House Tour

It is the house on Mercer Street that everyone seems to know. With its white pillars and graceful, symmetrical proportions, the mansion at number 200 is stately, yet somehow understated…

“Rock the Vote” Will Highlight Participation and Performances

The worlds of politics and entertainment are no strangers to each other. Bruce Springsteen stumping for President Obama comes to mind immediately, and former Eagles lead guitarist Don Felder entertained…

HiTOPS Teen Council Alumnae Help Coordinate Half Marathon

Plans for the HiTOPS half marathon on November 4, Princeton’s first half marathon in over 20 years, is, in part, a result of a collaboration between HiTOPS Teen Council alumnae…

Free Trash Pick-Up for All in January

“As of January 1, we will be collecting refuse in both communities,” said Borough Administrator Bob Bruschi at a joint meeting of Borough Council and Township Committee on Monday evening.…

Arts and Transit Hearing To Continue Next Week At Planning Board

Princeton University’s controversial arts and transit proposal was the topic of the Regional Planning Board’s meeting on October 18. This was round one of the discussion, which will continue on…

UMCP’s Last Hurrah: Giant Weekend Sale, Everything Must Go

When the University Medical Center at Princeton moved from its longtime home on Witherspoon Street to new headquarters in Plainsboro last May, thousands of items were left behind. This inventory…

“Ode to Autumn”

“Where are the songs of spring?” Keats asks. “Think not of them, thou hast thy music too.” In this campus scene the music is in the shadows. (Photo by Emily…

Pennsylvania Ballet Returns to McCarter With Balanchine, Robbins, and Martins

In the unofficial hierarchy of American ballet companies, a group of troupes from around the country rank just under the two biggest organizations, American Ballet Theatre and the New York…

Five Year Strategic Plan Outlined At Sexuality Education Fundraiser

When it comes to talking to children about sex, waiting until they reach puberty is waiting too long. The chats need to begin in elementary school, according to Elizabeth Schroeder,…

Life-long Princeton Resident April McElroy Is Princeton Senior Resource Center Mainstay

“It is hard to imagine the Senior Resource Center without April’s smiling face. She always has that smile, and in addition, a little air of mischief. She’s our cheerleader!” Princeton…