On the Market: Pennington’s Oldest Home

In an area full of history, home buyers now have a chance to own a piece of it. The Cornell House, built in 1784, is Pennington’s oldest home. The...

When Starbucks Comes to Town

A Starbucks location — complete with ample seating inside and a convenient drive-through window — opened in the village of Lawrenceville, across from both WildFlour and the Gingered Peach...

Barack’s Burden: How to Improve Healthcare

Sidney Goldfarb, Urological SurgeonA lot of attention will be placed on reforming our current out of balance health system. As a practicing physician who ran for Congress in 1994,...

Record Store Day Ushers in 30th Birthday

Though the Princeton Record Exchange has little competition in the area, it is one of 700 surviving independent record stores in the country. And on Saturday, April 17, the...

On the Run With Man’s Best Friend

On the Run With Man’s Best FriendIn “Happy Tails Across New Jersey: Things to See and Do with your Dog,” author Diane Goodspeed suggests adventures in every season, in...

Auction Scheduled for Pretty Brook Estate

The 22-acre Georgian estate at 300 Pretty Brook Road in Princeton will be sold at auction on Thursday, June 12. Pretty Brook House, as the property is known, was...

ASTRA Award Winner: Stimulus Brand Communications

What does sound look like? Well, it depends on what it says about your company.For Reid Sound, a Windsor-based company that does public audio-visual productions and custom sound system...

From Cape Cod to Condo in Princeton Borough

A playground conversation got the ball rolling on an unusual condo conversion on Hawthorne Street in Princeton. Architect Kirsten Thoft, the mother of three young children, had a sandbox...

Houses For Rent

#b#Bordentown#/b#2 Sagamore Lane. Listed, Gargee Parikh, RE/MAX of Princeton, 732-710-7230.5 bedrooms; 2.5 baths; full basement; 2-car garage. 2,986 SF Colonial on corner lot. Rents for $2,950.#b#Cranbury#/b#2 Plainsboro Road. Listed,...

Back To School for Professionals: MCCC Looks Abroad

The school this fall opens a wider window on the world through two expanded programs — a semester abroad for credit-seeking students and short-term, faculty-led study tours for non-credit...

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