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D&R Greenway Land Trust Announces Four New Preserved Properties

‘During tumultuous times, when many of us feel divided, it’s wonderful to have one thing everyone agrees on,” says D&R Greenway Land Trust President & CEO Linda Mead. “We...

How to Break the Ice

There’s nothing wrong with you for thinking something unpleasant. You get overwhelmed or outmatched; you slip up at a critical moment. It happens. The problem, says Ed Tseng, a...

CASA for Children of Mercer and Burlington Counties: Heroes for Children

Not all superheroes wear a cape. Some wear ordinary clothes but still perform mighty deeds. Take Daniel Reynolds, a volunteer with CASA for Children of Mercer and Burlington Counties,...

Enable: Keeping Seniors and People with Disabilities in Their Own Homes

Adults and children with disabilities and seniors can remain in their own homes thanks to services and help they receive from Enable, Inc. For more than 27 years, Enable...

Princeton Family YMCA: Committed to a Better Community and Stronger Families

The Princeton Family YMCA is looking forward to big things and new beginnings in 2017. Having just finished its long-anticipated renovation project, the YMCA is ushering in the new...

On the Darkest Day, Hope for Cancer Patients

As Diccon Hyatt points out in a story on page 4 of this issue, December 21 is the shortest “day” of the year. And the darkness persists into the...

Coping with the Darkest Days

For many, winter is like this: get up in the dark, drive to work in the dark, spend all day in a building deprived of sunlight, then drive home...

Trenton Area Soup Kitchen: Feeding the Hungry — and Nourishing the Mind

For the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (TASK), 2017 will be a year of growth in more ways than one. In the next several months, TASK will begin work to...

Old Barracks Museum: History Comes Alive

Looking for something to do with the family this holiday season? Visit Trenton’s annual Patriots Week, a celebration of America’s Revolutionary War history. There are many exciting events happening...

Dress for Success Mercer County: Helping Women Gain Confidence

As Melissa Tenzer reflects upon her first year as executive director for Dress for Success Mercer County, located on Princeton Pike in Lawrenceville, she is proud of how this...

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Springdale’s New Lease on Golf

Kevin Tylus, Erin Hamrick, and Will Green bring Princeton’s oldest golf club back to its glory days.