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KICKING OUT THE JAMS FOR A HEARTY HARVEST: Molly Dancers help celebrate a new harvest at Terhune Orchards. It's said that Molly Dancing was developed in East Anglia in the 18th century as a parody of English manners. The Terhune contingent, however, was dancing to "Roll Alabama Roll."

Court Decision Could Mean Serious Setback for Affordable Housing

Matthew Hersh

After last week's decision by a state appellate court overruling the state's current formula for determining affordable housing, the Princetons could be in store for a decisive setback on their 10-year plan to provide affordable housing.

Senior Housing: Demand vs. Impact

Matthew Hersh

As a plan to build 96 age-restricted housing units east of Bunn Drive in Princeton Township was deliberated by Township zoners last Wednesday, Princeton once again was confronted with the fundamental issue behind these hearings: Does Princeton's need for senior housing outweigh environmental concerns?

Mandated School-Police Agreement "Acknowledged" But Not Endorsed

Linda Arntzenius

School board meetings are often quiet affairs. Last week's meeting on Tuesday, January 23, was different. Anticipating that the larger than usual turn out was because of the Uniform State Memorandum of Agreement Between Education and Law Enforcement Officials, Board President Michael Mostoller moved the item up on the agenda.

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