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Anchor House cyclists celebrate milestones and a mission

Wensky dreams of opening his own restaurant. At 20, he already believes it is possible one day. A full-time chef at Wegman’s in West Windsor who studies culinary arts at Mercer County Community College, he has been living in an Anchor House...

SAVE Pet of the Week: Meet Grady

Meet Grady. He is such a unique looking pooch. This happy and outgoing dog loves affection, and is very food motivated. Grady enjoys running around in our fenced in area and loves to go on long walks. He is a people lover  – a total social...

Photos: Panera in Princeton after the March for Our Lives

Four days after the five-hour standoff at the Panera in downtown Princeton that ended in the gunman being shot and killed, participants in the March for Our Lives rally leave their signs in front of the eatery. Thousands of people attended the...

Gunman dead after standoff at Panera in Princeton

  A man carrying a handgun who had been inside the Panera on Nassau Street in downtown Princeton since Tuesday morning was shot and killed in the late afternoon, law enforcement officials confirmed. No one else was injured in the standoff that...

White nationalist posters spotted in downtown Princeton

Some visitors to Nassau Street in downtown Princeton Saturday morning spotted white nationalist group posters on two kiosks. The posters allegedly were distributed by a group called the New Jersey European Heritage Association based in Central New...

Griggs Farm fire update: Rebuilding could take at least 10 months

The reconstruction of the apartment complex at Griggs Farm that burned down about six weeks ago could take 10 to 12 months, representatives from Princeton Community Housing said this week. Donations by local residents increased Princeton Community...

Remus the cat is missing in Princeton

A Princeton resident reported that her cat, Remus, has been missing for more than 24 hours. Remus is a 10-year-old, neutered male, and is mostly white but with a pepper-and-salt patch on top of his head. The tip of his nose is black. He has a...

Princeton area community rallies to help Griggs Farm fire victims

By Monday morning, bags of clothes, bedding, and supplies were piled up more than seven-feet high in a room at the church. Volunteers spent the day sorting, bagging and boxing them, then began preparing them for delivery to the victims of the fire...

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West Windsor Arts Center Off the Wall Affordable Art Show

November 5 @ 10:00 am - December 21 @ 6:00 pm
Mon 10

Domestic, Houses & Landscapes. Selections from the work of Catherine Opie

November 19, 2018 @ 5:30 pm - January 11, 2019 @ 5:30 pm
Mon 10

Festival of Trees

November 21, 2018 @ 10:00 am - January 6, 2019 @ 4:00 pm
Mon 10

Joy In The Everyday

November 29, 2018 - March 25, 2019
Mon 10