(Photo by George Vogel)

SUMMER WEATHER SURPRISES PRINCETON: Seventy-two degrees and the living is easy for loungers on the library plaza on a sunny Saturday afternoon in January.

Hospital Relocation Gets Green Light

Matthew Hersh

In a unanimous move that effectively ratified more than three years of planning, a state panel last Thursday agreed with the findings of a strategic plan put forth by the Princeton HealthCare System, and granted an approval that will result in the relocation of PHCS' University Medical Center at Princeton and Merwick Care Center to Plainsboro Township.

Development, Shuttle Eyed as the Princetons Set Goals for 2007

Matthew Hersh

Princeton Borough and Township held their annual reorganization sessions last Thursday evening, and while no major initiatives were unveiled, several major projects in both towns could see completion, or get underway.

Consolidation the Major Stumbling Block as Township Balks at Property Tax Reform

Matthew Hersh

Princeton Township Committee, convening for a special midday session Monday, announced its unanimous opposition to a bill up for a vote in both the state Senate and Assembly calling for an end to so-called home rule and urging consolidation of municipal services, or even government, where applicable, in a sweeping effort to reduce rising property taxes.

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at the following locations:
Kiosk (Palmer Square)
Krauszer's (State Road)
Speedy Mart (State Road)
Wawa (University Place)
Wild Oats
Village Express

Rocky Hill
Wawa (Route 518)

Pennington Market