Princeton resident Lauren Schmetterling to compete for a gold medal on Saturday

Schmetterling and the United States women’s eight rowing team won their preliminary heat on Monday morning with a time of 6:06.34, advancing them to the finals on Aug. 13.

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

Upping Safe Neighborhood presence at Princeton High School

Princeton Police Department’s Safe Neighborhood Bureau partners with PHS Athletic Department, and other news from Princeton Council

Hayden Reyes gets his 100th hit

Princeton High School baseball player, Hayden Reyes, breaks the school record of 87 hits his senior year

Princeton Day School chess team among best in national championship

‘This year’s performance has once again put Princeton Day School on the map as one of strongest chess programs in the country.’

Mindfulness Festival for Well Being Oct. 24

Trish Miele offers Princetonians insights into being mindful through experience-based activities

‘Beyond Measure:’ part of the movement to reform education

The documentary to be screened at John Witherspoon Middle School Oct. 20 asks teachers, parents, and students: ‘What if this paradigm shift was driven from the ground-up?’

First Princeton Natural Parenting Fair

Bringing together local vendors and families, the first ever Princeton NPF invites you to enjoy the activities Saturday, Oct. 10 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Waldorf School of Princeton.

PHS Debate Team seeking coach

The PHS Debate Team has been without a coach since last spring. If you’d like to dedicate your time to a group of dedicated students, see what they’re looking for here!

The sport that opens minds

Princeton High School Debate Team tells The Sun what sparks the passions of its many members