OPEN HEART SURGERY: Witherspoon Street, a main artery in downtown Princeton,
underwent a county-led repaving project Monday that is expected to run
through next week. Summertime traffic, which has been lighter than usual,
made the closure less of a problem than it might have been.
Borough Council passed an ordinance last Tuesday which will enable its police department to promote one of its officers to a third lieutenant's position.
The pulse of downtown Princeton slowed a bit this week as crews began a long-awaited paving project on Witherspoon Street between Nassau and the intersection at Wiggins Street and Paul Robeson Place.
An act of vandalism that resulted in the toppling of 23 headstones at the St. Paul's Church Cemetery late last Tuesday or early Wednesday could have been connected to the vandalizing of three nearby Spruce Street homes, Princeton Borough Police said.
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