(Photo by E.J. Greenblat)

ON THE ICE: Lake Carnegie's frozen surface — "the best we've seen in years," some said — attracted some impromptu hockey last weekend, not to mention a festival-on-the-ice spectacle that evoked comparisons to a Currier and Ives print.

As Expected, Hospital Gets Green Light

Matthew Hersh

In the latest and most significant development in a three-year appeal to patients, area municipalities, employees, and financial backers, the state formally signed off Friday on Princeton HealthCare System's plan to move its University Medical Center at Princeton and Merwick Care Center to Plainsboro.

Princetons Defiant as Truck Ban Fight Goes Into High Gear

Matthew Hersh

Local legislators and highway activists fired the latest salvo in the ongoing battle to keep large trucks off Route 27 and Route 206 in the Princetons, looking to protect the two major traffic arteries, Mercer Street, and Washington Road.

PRS District Makes the Grade on State's 2006 Report Card

Linda Arntzenius

The newly released New Jersey Department of Education School Report Card for 2006 shows that Princeton High School (PHS) continued to keep its position as one of the state's best performing high schools.

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