The twin snowstorms that buried the area last week have created road and sidewalk conditions that have left many residents hoping for warmer days. And regardless of what Punxsutawney Phil forecasts today, winter is still very much upon the region, creating hazardous sidewalks, most notably along the narrower roadways in Princeton Borough.
Three Pennsylvania residents were arrested last week in connection with at least 30 investigations of credit card theft in Princeton Borough.
Immigration, race relations, affordable housing, and flooding all took center stage Friday morning at Township Hall as municipal department heads and Township Committee convened to target what would serve as its top priorities for 2005.
Monetary concerns could force a second question on the April vote for the 2005-2006 Princeton Regional School District's budget.
Two residents representing the sentiments of about 20 hospital neighborhood residents appeared before Township Committee Monday night with a continued call to the Princeton Health Care Task Force to act in a more public fashion and to supply residents with a public record of its meetings.
A 16-year-old Princeton High School student was arrested last week after targeting a Princeton Day School student with gang-related threats. The accused is a juvenile and therefore his name is being withheld by police.
Here are two novels worth reading that I almost didn't read. Colm Tóibín's The Master (Scribner $25) is a semi-fictional narrative from the point of view of Henry James. Jean Hanff Korelitz's The White Rose (Miramax $24.95) adapts the plot of Richard Strauss and Hugo von Hofmannsthal's opera Der Rosenkavalier and updates it to present-day Manhattan.