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New at Newgrange

The Newgrange School of Princeton, a network of schools for special needs students, has appointed Tim Viands to head of schools and executive director.

Carrier Clinic, Hackensack Meridian to Merge

The Carrier Clinic, an addiction treatment center in Belle Mead, is merging with Hackensack Meridian Health, a network that operates 16 hospitals in New Jersey.

Princeton University Sues to Stop Termination of DACA

On August 3 a federal judge ruled that the Trump administration cannot eliminate DACA, the program that has allowed young immigrants to stay in the country without being deported....

Raising a Foodie

Our son turns out to have become a real foodie, once he was safe from his mother.

Tour the World, Without Leaving New Jersey

An Oxford square, Colonial American Village, Belgium town, and an ancient Indian temple may seem like faraway places, but thanks to some regional architectural sleight-of-hand they are closer than you think.

An Exhibit Says ‘Look at us. See us. Listen to us. Hear us.’

Mary Hamill’s ‘regardisregard’ exhibit is on view at the Hunterdon Art Museum through September 2. The motivation for the project is reflected in its title.

From OB-GYN to Singer-Songwriter

For singer Helen O’Shea, the path from her native Ireland — and her original career as an obstetrician and medical school professor — has been one with several twists and turns, happily ending in Princeton.

How Two Kids from Princeton Formed a Soulful Duet

Between vocalist/guitarist Jonah Tolchin’s blues-inspired playing and Kevin Clifford’s almost contrapuntal drumming, audience members at their concerts are sometimes known to look around to see if there are other musicians onstage. But no, it’s just the two of them.

A Moving Story: Find Parents a Home

In 2015 John Walsh, at age 34, was busy raising his kids and plugging along in his career as a risk manager for large multinational insurance companies. Then, as he says, life gave him a tap on the shoulder.

Assaults on Charities

There are some worrisome signs on the horizon for nonprofits. Supporting and nurturing them should be one of America’s first priorities.