(Photo by E.J. Greenblat)
PATRIOT FOR PEACE: Princeton Township Mayor Phyllis Marchand accepting her "Patriot for Peace" award at last Thursday's Coalition for Peace Action "Peace is Patriotic" gathering at Monument Park in front of Princeton Borough Hall. Looking on after presenting the award is Coalition Executive Director, The Rev. Robert Moore. Other area mayors recognized for their leadership in supporting the Mayors for Peace resolution were Princeton Borough Mayor Joseph O'Neill; Pam Mount of Lawrence Township; Shing-Fu Hseuh of West Windsor Township; Meryl L. Frank of Highland Park; and Douglas Palmer of Trenton.
Residents gathered at the Princeton Public Library last week to discuss what different groups in the community are doing to improve race relations in Princeton.
Princeton Regional Board of Education member Joshua Leinsdorf slipped under the radar as the 2005 election season began.
After an academic year of an experimental parking permit system for roads surrounding Princeton High School, school board members and Borough Council decided to tweak a parking ordinance that is seen by local legislators and residents alike as successful.
An independent consultant Wednesday night recommended that the two Princetons should combine their emergency dispatch services.
After hearing concerns from residents who worried that placing stringent caps on housing size in various Borough zoning districts would negatively impact property value, municipal planners have revisited an ordinance devised to contain the continued presence of so-called
The difference between aspiring to be a true journalist or a "big shot reporter" was discussed at the Princeton Public Library on Thursday following the screening of Shattered Glass, a film based on the true story of a Washington D.C. reporter who was caught incorporating fiction into his nonfiction stories.