YWCA Princeton and Latinas Unidas to launch new program

emPOWER THROUGH is Latinas Unidas’ first program since it joined YWCA Princeton and its first to work with youth

Ordinance speak for the trees

An ordinance that will help preserve Princeton’s tree canopy at the cost of individual residents passes Sept. 12

‘Healing heroes’ bicycle into Princeton during 9-11 Challenge

“There are people who run away from things and those who run toward them. This challenge is for those who run toward it.”

Fall Festival Weekends back in swing at Terhune Orchards

Pick your own apples and pumpkins, dance to some good ol’ country music, do a wine tasting, eat well and explore the corn maze. More family fun through October at Terhune Orchards.

Morven Museum and Garden receives Award of Merit

“Charles & Anne Morrow Lindbergh: Couple of an Age,” on view at Morven through Oct. 23, receives Award of Merit

First day favorites

What was your first day of school like? Community Park Elementary School students share their first-day back stories

JazzFeast celebrates the big 2-5 with big bands, quintets and duos

Palmer Square JazzFeast invites the public for another year of great jazz and good food

Leena Saini takes Princeton ‘Around the World in 80 Purees’

The mother-of-two, foodie and recently published cookbook author samples up diversified purees to inspire babies’ – and parents’ – palates.

Unwanted changes to teacher evaluations imposed Aug. 31

Princeton School Board President Andrea Spalla opposes weight PARCC scores will have on 15 percent of teachers

Aiding food insecurity with a ‘bowls-full’ perspective

Send Hunger Packing Princeton Founder Ross Wishnick discusses the upcoming “Fill the Bowls” fundraiser in Hinds Plaza, Sept. 25