Arts Council of Princeton to host Fall Open House, Saturday, Sept. 12

Autumn is for ART! Be sure to check out ACP’s Fall Open House this weekend and discover your creative side.

Best Lawyers in America recognizes two Princeton Lawyers

Frank J. Petrino and Richard J. Van Wagner of Eckert Seamans Cherin and Mellott, LLC. law firm in Princeton named “Best Lawyers”

Prindie Fest sneak peek

View the full lineup for the first-ever Princeton Independent Film Festival with exclusive trailers, only at The Princeton Sun

Sara McDermott Jain talks first-ever Prindie Fest

“See it all” at the Princeton Independent Film Festival

Construction In Princeton Could Prompt Zoning Discussion

A look at 55 Westerly Road in Princeton, where the former Westerly Road Church once stood; it’s new construction site and building up in and around town.

Former PHS graduate donates three years of free Internet

Stephen Klenert of Atlantic Metro Communications, Inc. is giving back to the community where he began

The Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce Community Development Fund Announces Grant Opportunities For Not-for-Profit Organizations

The Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce Community Development Fund is accepting grant applications from local not-for-profit organizations.

Council Considers New Fee Structure For Princeton’s Spring Street Parking Garage

Parking a car at Princeton’s Spring Street Garage could cost town-goers a pretty penny in 2016, as Council may now consider a new free structure.

Princeton Merchants Association Launches Town-Wide Plastic Bag Reduction, Reuse and Recycling Effort

The Princeton Merchants Association, in collaboration with local merchants, nonprofits and the Municipality of Princeton, has launched a single use plastic bag reduction campaign for the community.

Robert P. Zoller Named Member-in-Charge of Eckert Seamans’ Princeton Office

The national law firm of Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, LLC has announced that Rober P. Zoller has been named Member-in-Charge of the firm’s Princeton office.