The future administrative offices and receptions facilities for the Historical Society of Princeton (HSP) received a preliminary nod Monday from the Township Historic Preservation Commission.
As the new school year approaches, the Princeton Regional Board of Education has reported that the district is in much better shape with construction at Princeton High School than it was at this time last year, when the $32.8 million project was several months behind schedule.
When Steve Kloser abruptly resigned in July as the director of Princeton Community Television (TV30), Princeton launched a search for a replacement with a proven dedication to public access television.
Reading Einstein on Race and Racism by Fred Jerome and Rodger Taylor (Rutgers $23.95), I kept thinking it would be a good One Book choice for Princeton, the way John McPhee's The Pine Barrens seemed an appropriate pick for One Book New Jersey last year.
Jonathan T. Scott remembers spending part of his childhood living in Rosedale House on Rosedale Road, which, he said, was the third largest private home in Princeton at the time.