(Photo by E.J. Greenblat)


STATE-OF-THE-ART ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE: Atop the roof of the new Hillier-designed addition to Princeton High School is this greenhouse attached to the environmental sciences laboratory. The space is ready to receive young scientists this fall and is part of the high school's new science wing that includes 12 laboratories dedicated to instruction in biology, chemistry, physics, and environmental sciences.

New PHS Buildings Finally Ready

Linda Arntzenius

Pending a final approval-of-occupancy inspection at Princeton High School on September 7, the new laboratories, classrooms, and auditorium will be in use by the start of the 2006-07 school year.

Borough Zoners Quell Security Concerns With Quark Park

Matthew Hersh

Security concerns related to Quark Park, an outdoor garden under construction on Palmer Square-owned property along Paul Robeson Place, were quickly assuaged Thursday when park organizers and Palmer Square legal representation reappeared before the Borough Zoning Board of Adjustment to discuss the legitimacy of the park's presence.

No-kill Shelter Faces Dilemma, Animals Unsuitable for Adoption

Linda Arntzenius

Not all is well at SAVE: A Friend to Homeless Animals. The Princeton shelter is facing some tough decisions since it came to terms with the fact that it has become home to a significant number of unadoptable animals, including several dogs with aggressive tendencies that have lived there for years.

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