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Vol. LXIV, No. 24
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
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THEY’RE GOOD FOR YOU! Princeton High School juniors Alex Charwin and Lizzy DeClement enthused about the virtues of carrots as they performed in the “Vegetable Musical” that highlighted the opening of the Green Tiger Gardens.

Vegetables Anyone Could Love: PHS Troupe Highlights Opening of Green Tiger Gardens

Ellen Gilbert

Messrs. Broccoli and Cauliflower sang rap songs, Three Peas in a Pod danced in unison, and Miss Zucchini gave her all in a fine imitation of an opera diva. Forget the Tony Award-winning musical Memphis: this was the Vegetable Musical, a highlight of last week’s opening celebration for the Green Tiger Gardens at Princeton High School.

New Challengers Emerge After Primary Elections as Candidates Gear Up to Tackle Municipal Issues

Ellen Gilbert

Dilshanie Perera

With the official vote tallies in, Jo Butler and Roger Martindell will be running as Democrats for two seats on Borough Council, having garnered 422 and 546 votes in the primary election, respectively. Challenger Anne Neumann received 397 votes. Township Committee members Liz Lempert and Lance Liverman ran unopposed and garnered 745 and 752 votes for Democratic positions on the ballot for November’s election.

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