PRINCETON: New PHS swim coach had helping 'Hand'
Carly Misiewicz couldn?t be more thrilled with the way her tenure as Princeton High School swim coach has started.
PRINCETON: Brooke Shields discusses book, Princeton days
Actress Brooke Shields said Thursday that her Princeton University education "fortified" her even though she considered dropping out as a freshman.
PRINCETON: Princeton products share win for Tufts
They were foes in high school and went on to become teammates and champions in college.
Wallace rallies California past Princeton, 67-57
BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) -- Cuonzo Martin wasn't happy with the way his team handled Princeton's motion offense in the first half.
PAGING PDS: Downtown Princeton: Mecca for the preppies
As you walk down the street, Sperrys and oxfords abound, while store after store features the latest in prepster trends. This is Nassau Street, or what I like to call the "prep walk" of Princeton.
PRINCETON: Defense keys PU to perfect start
It may be a brand new season, but the Princeton University women?s basketball team is still chasing away the demons of last year that cost them the Ivy League championship.
PRINCETON: PHS girls return to MOC race
Getting to the finish line as the Princeton High School girls cross country team?s fifth finisher at the Group III state championship was quite an achievement for Julie Bond.
WEST WINDSOR: Local youth makes it to Ivy League despite dyslexia
WEST WINDSOR ? According to the National Center for Learning Disabilities, only 10 percent of students with a learning disability are enrolled in a four-year college within two years of leaving high school, compared to 28 percent of the general population.
PRINCETON: Field Hockey Player of the Year
When it came to helping the Princeton High field hockey team win, Julia DiTosto was always willing to do whatever was needed.
PRINCETON: PHS soccer advances to final
TOMS RIVER ? For the past four weeks the Princeton High boys soccer team has gotten better every time it has stepped on the field.