(Photo by George Vogel)

CHRISTMAS SILHOUETTE: An image for the season brought to life by an admirer of the Lewis School of Princeton's Tree of Light, which was illuminated Friday to celebrate "The Gifts & Great Possibilities of Learning Diverse Persons."

"Back Off!" Teachers Tell Trenton

Linda Arntzenius

The New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) expected at least 10,000 teachers to attend its Monday, December 11 rally in Trenton. According to a report in the Times of Trenton, about 7,000 showed up. The Trentonian estimated the crowd at 14,000.

A 'Very Preliminary' Look at 2007 Shows Borough Budget Boost

Matthew Hersh

Princeton Borough Council members got a sneak preview of the 2007 municipal budget last night, and if the budget cycle mirrors that of the last two years, early Borough agency expenditures will likely add up to a significantly lower sum than what is being proposed.

Shuttle System, Dinky, and Affordable Housing Explored in PU Review

Matthew Hersh

Senior administrative officials of Princeton University toured the latest version of the school's campus-wide master plan at Township Hall last Thursday, offering a clearer look at what a denser, less sprawling, more pedestrian-friendly campus could look like, and raised the definitive prospect that University-owned vacant land in West Windsor will remain as open space.

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Krauszer's (State Road)
Speedy Mart (State Road)
Wawa (University Place)
Wild Oats
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