(Photo by E.J. Greenblat)
RETURNING TO ITS ROOTS: A three-year-old Princeton
American Elm was planted in Princeton Cemetery Thursday just two
months after its stately 278-year-old ancestor succumbed to Dutch
Elm Disease. The new tree, near the corner of Wiggins and Witherspoon
streets, comes from a long line of elms known for their resistance
to the devastating disease.
An independent study examining the efficacy and quality
of the Princeton Township Police Department sent a not-so-veiled
message to Township Committee Monday: the force could be cut back.
The developer and general contractor of Princeton
Borough's downtown development project, Nassau HKT Associates
(NHKT), has brought on a new financial partner to mobilize the
project that has, in essence, stalled since hitting some logistical
The cemetery might be the last place you would expect
to find new life in Princeton, but that's exactly where it is.
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