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Weather Permitting

Close to the corner of Nassau and Vandeventer, by the Garden Theater, Patrol Officer Chris Craven looks on as repairs to existing sewer lines get underway on Monday. The road…

Stellar Line Up of Speakers Come Together At the Well

Actress Jasmine Guy took center stage at the closing ceremony of the At the Well (ATW) Young Women’s Leadership Summer Academy in Princeton University’s Friend Center last Friday. Ms. Guy…

PPPL Physicist Rich Hawryluk Honored by Dept. of Energy

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has honored physicist Rich Hawryluk with a Secretary’s Appreciation Award for his service to ITER, a huge international fusion experiment under construction in France.…

Child Hunger Increases, HomeFront Asks for Help

HomeFront’s food pantries are desperately low and so the local non-profit agency based in Lawrenceville is urging residents to help alleviate the food shortage through a Stop Summer Hunger Now…

Fall Festivals Begin At Terhune Orchards

Terhune Orchards in Lawrenceville celebrates autumn with a two-day Apple Festival, September 14 and 15. The 37th annual festival will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Terhune will…

Booker Wins Primary; Holt Wins Princeton

Democrat Cory Booker and Republican Steve Lonegan will be the candidates for the New Jersey U.S. Senate seat vacated by Frank Lautenberg, who died in June. Mr. Booker and Mr.…

John White Joins PTS As Dean of Students

Princeton Theological Seminary (PTS) will welcome the Reverend Dr. John E. White as the new dean of students and vice president for student relations, starting September 1. Mr. White is…

Council Won’t Put Valley Road Question On November Ballot

Last week, Princeton Council declined to put a non-binding referendum question on the November 5 General Election ballot that would ask voters whether a portion of the former Valley Road…

A Dry Moment

The morning rain made voting in Tuesday’s special primary election for U.S. Senate a challenge. The downpour was a memory, however, by the time this couple arrived at the polling…

Fresh Air Fund Helps Local Families Open Their Homes To City Kids

Opening one’s home to kids from the city, can have unexpected consequences. Hearts and minds are opened too. Take Minda Alena and her family. Ms. Alena and her husband Bill…