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(Photo by Bill Allen/NJ SportAction)


SPLASHDOWN: Princeton High girls' senior swimmer Gaby Cifuentes, left, gets consoled by a teammate after PHS fell 97-73 to Haddonfield last Sunday in the NJSIAA Public B state championship meet. The Little Tigers finished with a 15-2 record as they took second in the state finals for the third time in the last four years. For more on the championship meet, see Sports.

Borough Shuttle Talks Get Rolling

Matthew Hersh

As part of a concerted effort to mitigate traffic, help solve some parking issues, and perhaps eventually fuse services with other area shuttle systems, Princeton Borough this week has moved a step closer to finalizing plans for a community jitney service. And while the service is likely to eventually extend its reach, the key for now is simplicity, according to officials who were involved in a jitney presentation Tuesday at Borough Hall.

Recreation Department Looking Holistically at New Master Plan

Matthew Hersh

Hoping to get a clearer picture of the recreational needs of Princeton Borough and Township, the Princeton Recreation Department is set to put into a motion a survey that, if effective, will serve as master plan for the next 10 to 15 years.

Senior Housing Debate Far From Over on Both Sides of Princeton Ridge

Matthew Hersh

A 14-month-long hearing on a plan to build 96 age-restricted housing units east of Bunn Drive in Princeton Township appears headed for closure, though individuals familiar with the situation indicate that no matter how Princeton Township's Zoning Board of Adjustment decides, the battle is likely to continue.

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