The café is located at the Nassau Park Pavilion on Route 1 South.
More than 100 people camped out at MarketFair on Friday, but not to wait in line for sales.
Save the date: Small World Coffee’s 30th anniversary is next month.
The bridge opened at 1 p.m. on Monday.
Building will be named in memory of Jim and Fannie Floyd A naming ceremony and ribbon cutting for the new Jim and Fannie Floyd House at Princeton Community Village will take place at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 28. The new building will provide 25 new units of affordable housing in Princeton. The building is…
Twenty percent of the apartment units would be affordable-income units.
The event was held on the Frist South lawn.
Citing financial challenges, the leaders of the Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart, a private school for boys in grades K-8, announced Tuesday that the school will close at the end of the academic year. Princeton Academy was incorporated as a Sacred Heart school in 1998 and opened in 1999. The school bought the Our…
Gershkovich has been held in a Russian prison for almost six months.
The shopping center is slated to open in the first quarter of 2025.
The school is one of nine New Jersey schools that received the honor this year.
Current Princeton High School seniors can apply for the scholarship.
The property was built as a private country home for J. Seward Johnson Sr. and Barbara Piasecka Johnson.
Will there be an investigation? Families want to know and want to make sure this never happens at another nursing home in New Jersey.
Families were given hours to find a new home for their loved ones.
The crash happened just after 3 p.m.
The Princeton Human Services Commission was able to supply 268 children in the Princeton Public Schools with backpacks and school supplies due to the generosity of community members, municipal employees, elected officials, the Princeton Police Department, Princeton University, and local organizations and businesses. Supplies were distributed to students in kindergarten through the sixth grade from…
The board of education for the Princeton Public Schools is slated to vote on a proposed $13 million bond referendum at a public meeting that will be held via Zoom at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday night, Aug. 22. If the board approves the bond referendum, voters will be asked to weigh in on the spending…