Friday, May 26, 2017

From fat cat to racketeer? Jay Regan says no way

A system to beat the dealer at blackjack paved the way for Jay Regan’s successful Princeton Newport Partners. Federal RICO charges brought the firm down, but after the convictions were thrown out, Regan got back to work.

Grit + Polish offers pampering with a purpose

Looking for a perfect Valentine's Day gift for someone special? Look no further than Grit + Polish, proudly located in the heart of the resurgent lower Witherspoon Street neighborhood.

Princeton Packet and Town Topics duel in the driveway

With the Echo refocused and the Sun closed down, Princeton is left with the two competing community weeklies.

Princeton Arts: What’s happening this winter?

From visual arts to print, find out what's happening soon in Princeton.

Drinking the CrossFit Kool-Aid: Go behind the scenes of the latest fitness craze

Fair warning: this is a story about CrossFit, written by someone who has definitely drunk the CrossFit Kool-Aid.

Rudolph at Rest: A Christmas Story

Peter Hempel's Christmas tale of Santa's most famous reindeer.

New on the Princeton market: A 1919 Arts & Crafts home

A slice of local and architectural history is on the market for $3.8 million.

Princeton University reaches settlement over property tax exemption status

Days before the scheduled start of a trial, Princeton University announced a six-year private settlement with town residents who had challenged the school’s property tax exemption status in state Tax Court.

Witherspoon Street shop offers locals ‘A Little Taste of Cuba’

For its owner, A Little Taste of Cuba is a passion, run very deftly as a business.

Quiet Princeton organization aims to reduce use of leaf blowers

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.

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Lawrence High special needs students compete with unified track team

Lawrence High School’s unified track and field team allows special needs students to compete alongside their varsity peers.