The West Windsor Police Department and Recovery Advocates of America have announced the launch of West Windsor CARE, a program designed to aid those struggling with opioid addiction at the time of arrest.
Every 28 Hours, a theater project inspired by the hotly-debated statistic that a black person is killed by the police, security guards, or neighborhood watch vigilantes every 28 hours in the United States, is coming to McCarter Theatre.
Anderson beat kidney cancer in 2008 and breast cancer in 2012. He is now fighting his third round of cancer.
Fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger will be speaking in Princeton next month to promote his new book American Dreamer: My Life in Fashion & Business.
For the second year in a row, the Lawrence Hopewell Trail will host the Trail and Treat event for families in celebration of the Halloween spirit.
In an effort to raise money for the Robbinsville PBA, Friendly’s of Robbinsville is hosting a fundraising event on Sunday, Oct. 9 at 11 a.m.
Teitelbaum and Lunn, now both retired, are the driving force behind a group called Quiet Princeton, a grass roots organization dedicated to the reduction of noise from landscaping activities in our fair town, particularly from leaf blowers.
The India Foundation of Metropolitan Princeton is hosting its annual 2016 Navratri Raas Garba celebration at WWP High School North on Saturdays, Oct. 8 and 15.
The stretch of Princeton-Hightstown Road, also known as county Rt. 571, between Wallace Road and Alexander Road, is slowly transitioning lot by lot into to a mixed-use, village-style corridor.
As U.S. immigration policy changes rapidly, is it fair that undocumented workers face the law without representation?