by Candace Braun)
JOINING FORCES: Princeton middle school students
participated in the Township's first Youth Police Academy Program
last week to learn the behind-the-scenes work of law enforcement
officials, as well as to form relationships with their local police.
Pictured are the students who took part in the program, along
with the program's leaders, from left, Sgt. Michael Henderson,
Officer Geoff Maurer, Lt. Robert Buchanon, Ptl. Ben Gering, Officer
Marshall Provost, and Sgt. Robert Toole.
The Princeton Shopping Center made its case for structural
changes to its 48-year-old facility at a hearing last week, but
was sent back to the proverbial drawing board.
Borough Council unanimously passed a resolution that
will give health and pension benefits to same-sex partners. Princeton
Borough is one of the first New Jersey municipalities to pass
the resolution since the act was signed by Governor James McGreevey
Since Michael Moore's new documentary lambasting
motives for the Iraq War opened last weekend, it has galvanized
the formation of ad hoc groups to promote seeing the film.