The Indian Ocean tsunami that struck parts of Southeast Asia on December 26 has not only caused an unprecedented level of destruction to one of the poorest parts of the world, but has also spurred grassroots fund-raising efforts rarely seen for international crises.
Princeton Borough and Township's prosecutor, Marc A. Citron, resigned from his position in both municipalities at the end of 2004. While the Township has already found and hired a replacement, the Borough has continued its search into January, hoping to make a decision by the end of the month.
Martha Toma, Princeton Charter School
Princeton Borough Council last week unanimously approved a resolution that will increase the Princeton Borough Police force to 33 officers.
There's a Princeton moment in Bob Dylan's Chronicles: Volume One (Simon and Schuster, $24), but it comes at a low point in this otherwise exhilaratingly upbeat book, surely one of the most impressive self-portraits-of-the-artist ever produced by an American musician.