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Montgomery FunFest Brings Food, Fun, & Entertainment to Princeton Airport

The Montgomery FunFest on Sunday, September 10, promises a day of fun with more than 100 booths showcasing local businesses, art, contemporary crafts, culinary delights, helicopter rides, walkabout balloon,...

‘Damned Women’: How They Got Into All-Male Princeton

In the 1950s, Princeton was an old boys club, where women students were unthinkable. But in the following decade women gained access to all kinds of institutions, and even...

Opportunities

Call for ArtArtwork is now being accepted for Mercer County Photography 2017, a juried competition that will take place October 26 through December at the Silva Gallery of Art...

The Hard Way to Learn About Taxes

Many Trenton business owners received an unwanted lesson in the mechanics of property taxes this year when, following a state-ordered reevaluation, some saw their tax bills skyrocket. One shopkeeper...

Train to Teach at Mercer County Community College

Mercer County Community College’s Center for Continuing Studies (CCS) will offer courses on teaching in the upcoming semester. From Montessori teacher training and child care development certificate programs to...

Deaths

Jane S. Miller, 71, on August 10. She was a consultant with Mathematica, InfoMed, Mobil Chemical, Bristol-Myers Squibb and the borough of Princeton.Phyllis Conant Ashwood, 88, on August 23....

Small Exhibit Highlights ‘Forgotten’ American Artist

There’s a current small regional exhibition that reveals the large impact and cautionary story of an influential American artist who — while not from New Jersey — can be...

If You Change a Password How Will You Remember It?

Everyone who uses the internet has come to dread login screens. Every time we visit a new website or install a new app, we are asked to come up...

To the Editor

#b#Thanks to Mayor Lempert#/b#Members of Not in Our Town Princeton thank you for your stand on behalf of our town by signing the recent Mayor’s Compact to Combat Hate,...

Worth Celebrating: 25 Years of Grounds For Sculpture

Grounds For Sculpture is celebrating its 25th anniversary by continuing to exhibit contemporary sculptors — as demonstrated by “Elyn Zimmerman: wind, water, stone” and “Daniel Clayman: Radiant Landscape.”Yet it...

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How Trenton ‘Won’ Amazon’s HQ2 Battle

Imagine 8 million square feet in five closely connected campuses. Trenton's Amazon plan didn’t make the finals, but it uncovered some hidden assets within the city.