(Photo courtesy of the American Library Association)

LESLIE BURGER IN NEW ORLEANS: Princeton Public Library Director and American Library Association President-Elect Leslie Burger helping outgoing ALA President Michael Gorman open an exhibit at the annual ALA Conference in New Orleans Saturday, along with other members of the Executive Board.

Hearon Resigns; This Time, It's Final

Matthew Hersh

Vowing to stay involved in municipal matters and bringing closure to a rollercoaster of a primary season, Princeton Township Committeman Bill Hearon formally announced his resignation Monday, two-and-a-half years into his first, and only, term.

Corner House Board Could Restructure Agency's Oversight

Matthew Hersh

Hoping to streamline oversight for Corner House, the joint Borough-Township counseling agency for youth and their families, Princeton Township Committee Monday unanimously introduced a measure that would create a nine-member board for the 34-year-old not-for-profit organization.

Valley Road Study Approved but Not Without Dissent

Linda Arntzenius

The Princeton Regional Schools Board of Education voted to award a contract to KSS Architects, LLP last Tuesday for a study of the current and future uses of its Valley Road building.