(Photo by E.J. Greenblat)

GO!: They're off and running in the 10K race at Saturday's Fete. The eventual overall winner, Brian Gould, is in the center of the pack. He's number 1488 (if you have a magnifying glass handy). Full story on page 42.

206 Roundabout Option Hits the Web

Matthew Hersh

Residents and local and state officials were offered an encouraging, web-enhanced display last Thursday concerning the viability of installing a series of traffic-calming roundabouts along a stretch of Route 206 that, residents say, has suffered significantly from increased truck traffic, noise pollution, and cars traveling at speeds unsafe for typical residential neighborhoods.

Verizon Making a Play for Fiber-Optic Service in the Princetons

Matthew Hersh

Franchise agreements between cable providers and municipalities all over the state have long dictated the service offered to a cable subscriber. In Princeton Borough and Township, which currently have such an arrangement with the Franklin Township-based Patriot Media, that agreement was implemented when the two municipalities moved to Patriot after RCN Corp. could not meet its infrastructural agreements.

As Borough Views Property Transfer, Development Delays Could End

Matthew Hersh

Borough Council postponed a public discussion last week that would have addressed an ownership transfer in Witherspoon House—"Building A"—of the Borough's downtown redevelopment project.