The annual Rum River Festival 5K Run received beautiful weather on Saturday, June 15. A total of 131 runners covered the five-kilometer route around town. Ryan Yonak-Cline and Chase Arens, fresh off strong spring seasons running distance for the Princeton boys track & field squad, posted the top two times in the race at 17:98 [...]
When Colby, Caleb and their little brother Brenden heard Wednesday’s clue in the Rum River Festival medallion hunt, the ran with their Mom Jenny Handshoe to Princeton’s Riverside Park. Park here and play… or bring your pole and fish all day. They looked for the medallion near the playground. They looked by the river, too. The [...]
17-year-old was unresponsive, transported to Princeton hospital.
Reconfiguring a city parking lot and installing public-parking signs is the city of Princeton’s solution to alleviating highly debated parking concerns on the city’s downtown streets. About two months ago Princeton retailer Kelly Guptil and Chamber of Commerce Board President Scott Berry pleaded for the council to enact a two-hour parking regulation for a central [...]
ZIMMERMAN – Christmas lights still hang from the tree in front of the barn-red house on Fifth Avenue South on the west side of Zimmerman. A rubber kickball sits in the front yard, and a boat rests on a trailer in front of the double garage. On Monday, the wind was gently blowing the swings [...]
Ninety eight members of the PHS Choirs arrived Tuesday morning in New York City for the first day of their tour. Students had the opportunity to get their bearings upon arrival via a boat cruise on the Hudson River (pictured) past landmarks like the Statue of Liberty. The day also included a group meal in Chinatown, [...]