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Unnamed Benefactor Funds Award-Winning Mountain Lakes Historic Preservation Project

The rehabilitation project that has restored both of the dams at the Mountain Lakes Preserve has been awarded a 2013 Historic Preservation Award from the State of New Jersey Historic…

Artsbridge Lecture Features Watercolorist Beatrice Bork at Prallsville Mill, Thursday

As part of the Artsbridge Distinguished Artist Series, watercolorist Beatrice Bork will lecture this Thursday, May 16, at 7 p.m. at the Stone Mill in the Prallsville Mill Complex, Route…

Gardening Workshops at Terhune Orchards

Terhune Orchards is offering gardening workshops for all ages this weekend, May 18 and 19, at the farm on Cold Soil Road. Kids can participate in fun, free Planters and…

Terra Momo Group Partners With YMCA-YWCA

The Joint Trustees of the Princeton YMCA-YWCA announced today that the Terra Momo Group will be joining them as a partner to create an exciting and unique learning kitchen in…

AvalonBay Will Show “Fully Engineered” Plans

The public will get a chance to examine developer AvalonBay’s revised plans for the former Princeton Hospital site at an open house on Wednesday, May 22 in the cafeteria of…

Responders to Emergency Honored With Proclamation For Saving Woman’s Life

In an emotional ceremony, Princeton police officers and members of the Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad (PFARS) were officially recognized Monday evening for saving the life of Barbara Ritz,…

State Funding for Seminary Project Called Into Question by State Legislature

State funding for the Princeton Theological Seminary (PTS) came under scrutiny when lawmakers meeting in Trenton for a budget hearing last week, questioned Secretary of Higher Education Rochelle Hendricks about…

Waysiders

Saturday’s sudden downpour did nothing to dampen the performance launching the Wayside Shrines issue of Princeton Magazine. The concert simply moved from Hinds Plaza to the library’s living room where…

Hun, JWMS Students Make a Difference, Volunteer for Community Projects, Sandy

Students at John Witherspoon Middle School (JWMS) and the Hun School of Princeton were among the army of kids lending their efforts in support of the Princeton community and beyond…

Dress for Success 5K Power Walk, May 11

Dress for Success, the non-profit organization promoting the economic independence of disadvantaged women, announces The Power Walk for Dress for Success, in 35 plus cities in May, including Pennington, Saturday,…