In the dead of winter in 1945, the U.S. 410th Bomb Group flew B-17 bombers to counteract a German offensive near the Belgian boarder. The U.S. military was attempting to push back German forces. The 600,000 American troops involved in what would later be known as the "Battle of the Bulge" were trying to thwart a powerful army and a formidable enemy.
On Tuesday, June 8, Borough residents will have the opportunity to vote in the June Primary, a tally that reduces the number of Democratic candidates from four to two for the two open seats on Borough Council. Mark Freda, Andrew Koontz, Roger Martindell, and Anne Waldron Neumann are vying for the coveted seats.
Fete themes come and go. This year it's the Rocket Fete, with the Princeton University Football Stadium for a launch pad instead of the Washington Road playing fields.
When the attacks of September 11 occurred, members of the class of 2004, who were mostly sophomores at the time, experienced a cataclysm that significantly changed the global climate from the time they entered university as freshmen. Now faced with graduation, those students are being asked to re-enter a world that is notably different than the one they left behind.