For 35 years, Pat McConahay has been working underground.
Mr. McConahay, the proprietor of Witherspoon Books at 12 Nassau Street, is coming back to street level,
An ordinance aiming to expand the development rights of Princeton University's Engineering School Quadrangle had been slated for introduction last Tuesday by Princeton Borough Council, but will instead return to a subcommittee of the Regional Planning Board for further review.
Approving descriptions of new personnel, changing the hours of Princeton High School's student parking system, and anticipating the completion of construction were among the topics discussed by the Princeton Regional Board of Education at its meeting last week.
A proposal to reconstruct the Stony Brook Arch Bridge at the corner of Route 206 North and Quaker Road in Princeton Township went public last week, as New Jersey Department of Transportation representatives descended on Township Hall for an information presentation.
After a lull when less than a dozen programs were regularly shown on TV30, the station has been revitalized by Steve Kloser, who took over in January as the new executive director.
Book review by Stuart Mitchner
All these anniversaries. Albert Einstein 1905 and 1955, the Institute for Advanced Study's 75th, Princeton University Press's centennial. This would seem to be the year to contemplate Princeton's relation to some of the most significant events of the twentieth century.