Imagine the perfect job. Okay, now imagine being there for 51 years. Still sound perfect?
An educational program incorporating martial arts and group counseling for special needs children will be starting up in Princeton this fall.
In Princeton's ever-evolving streetscape, there are some landmarks that remind long-time residents that while the town is changing, some things stay the same.
What best addresses a business owner's concern about lack of parking? Why, moving the business directly next to a parking garage, of course.
A plan to transform a two-story, 47,000-square-foot office building on Thanet Circle was okayed by the Regional Planning Board of Princeton Thursday, after concerns about parking and light and sound buffers were heard.
Contrary to rumor, Asbury Park is neither dead nor dying. What with regular events at the Paramount Theater and convention hall and a July 4 parade celebrating "Tilly," the giant smiling face that used to greet visitors to Palace Amusements, Bruce Springsteen's "city of ruins" ("the boarded up windows/the empty streets") appears to be undergoing a genuine revival.