Shifting perspective with racial literacy

NIOT, Princeton Public Library and Princeton Garden Theatre collaborate with Dr. Ruha Benjamin to bring racial understanding to Princeton community

A closer look into the work of Mark and Martha

Princeton Public Schools science teachers Mark Eastburn and Martha Friend prove just how excellent they are as state finalists for Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science

A breath of fresh AIR: creating awareness for mental health disorders

“I think it is really important that we don’t hide from this. If we get in front of this on the ground floor, we’ll solve a ton of issues.”

Mourning the loss of a Princeton High School student

The following statement was released by Superintendent Steve Cochrane last Thursday after district staff was informed of the passing of a young Princeton student

‘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.”

First day favorites

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

Shirley Satterfield’s historical trail

Princeton’s historian brings W-J to life with Witherspoon-Jackson Historical and Cultural Society

One organization, millions of children educated

Princeton locals Ranjana Rao and Sarah Branon illuminate the results of international organization Room to Read

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.