(Photo by E.J. Greenblat)

TAKING UP MAYOR O'NEILL'S CAUSE: Last spring, as the Princeton Parks Alliance neared its financial goal of $125,000 to permanently light the Princeton Battle Monument at Borough Hall, a goal of the late Borough Mayor Joe O'Neill, the nearly 80-percent complete fund-raising campiagn received a boost when Herb Hobler, left, and Arthur Morgan, right, raised nearly $20,000. Mr. O'Neill's wife, Anne, pictured at center, took up the cause of lighting the monument after her husband's death.

Considering 2006: What Mattered Locally?

Linda Arntzenius, Matthew Hersh

In next week's Town Talk, passers-by will be asked to consider what were the significant local issues of 2006. The ongoing planning process related to the relocation of the University Medical Center at Princeton is likely to be a popular answer, along with the recently announced closing of Micawber Books.

With Gypsy Moth Outbreak, Borough and Township Find Some Common Ground

Matthew Hersh

Princeton Borough and Township, responding to increased concerns regarding an ongoing infestation of gypsy moths, are expected to begin working together to solve the vexing outbreak once the New Year begins.

With New Campus Plan, PU Making Strides to Be a Good Neighbors

Matthew Hersh

Still feeling the repercussions of arrests made related to the potentially racially motivated beating of three Hispanic men, the Princeton Borough Police Department has maintained that it handled itself within the realm of protocol, and that a recent community meeting designed as a means of municipal outreach ended by showing the department in an unfair light. However, members of Princeton Borough Council maintained last Tuesday that while the department followed standard procedure, the image of the department is in need of repair.

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