Erica Chayes Wida

About Erica Chayes Wida

Erica Chayes Wida is a writer, mom, and complete zealot when it comes to poetry, paella and globe collections. After graduating with a degree in Anthropology from UCLA, Erica moved to Italy where the seasons and old architecture inspired her journey back to the East Coast. Since then, she and her husband have created a nest egg locally and, over time, developed a rather grand love affair with the town of Princeton. Erica is senior editor at The Princeton Sun and enjoys fulfilling her Princeton affections on a daily basis.

Officer Jorge Narvaez leaves another footprint in the community, only this time it’s in Managua… and has tread marks.

‘This was a joint teamwork. Myself, Ray Wadsworth and the military all came together to make this happen,’ Narvaez says.

Favorites from Community Night

Community shares what they like best about the annual family-fun event thrown by the Princeton Recreation and Princeton Police Departments

Princeton Police chase down and arrest burglar

‘The officers gave chase in the area of North Harrison Street’

An update on elemental events

The storm has ceased but there’s more to come from the sky in Princeton next week.

Dips, tips and dressings

Savory Spice Shop owner Jon Hauge dishes out a cooking demo as part of another successful Taste of the Market event.

Bring in the backpacks

Princeton Human Services is collecting schools supplies for local families in-need now through Aug. 12

Option II dream becomes reality

The option for athletes to “opt out” of gym is set in motion for this year at Princeton High School, and other news from the Board of Education

Princeton home engulfed in flames this morning

By the time the fire department responded to 369 Riverside Dr. the house was engulfed in flames, family and pets escaped safely.

Princeton continues fight against nicotine

Purchase and sale of e-cigarettes soon to be better monitored by Princeton Board of Health

Another Community Night Out coming soon!

Community Night Out will be Aug. 2, 5 to 8 p.m.