Princeton Chronicles proposes project to community

Princeton High School artists and researchers seek public input for a project to celebrate Witherspoon-Jackson histories

Kindness on the street

Whether it’s empathy, nature or an effort to act kindly towards a stranger, take a moment’s time to reflect on the good deeds that have been done to you.

A little act of kindness

Young Princetonian Elian Rubin demonstrates how ‘little acts of kindness go a long way.’

Princeton-based Peace Organization responds to the tragic events in Dallas, Louisiana and Minnesota

‘When hate and fear and violence threaten to divide us and to breed such tragedies, the answer cannot be found in more hate and fear and violence.’

July 10 police blotter

This week’s police report from the Princeton Police Department

Princeton Ballet School names Pamela Levy new school director

Pamela Levy has been selected as the school’s director. Levy will be the fourth director in its 62-year history. 

Princeton Symphony Orchestra expands Classical Series

Princeton Symphony Orchestra expands 2016-2017 classical series to include “The Seasons”

Princeton Kids’ Event Coalition to host Harry Potter midnight release party

Join local institutions in celebration of the coming release of the official script and eighth Harry Potter story: “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” July 30

Play ball! (Like it’s 1864)

The Historical Society of Princeton and local vintage baseball league, the Flemington Neshanock, invite residents out for a game from another time

How to keep black bears at bay

With bear sightings more frequent this season in Princeton, here is a go-to guide for parents and kids to keep black bears away and know what to do if you see one