(Photo by George Vogel)

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"IT'S ALL MINE!": Sierra Humes, a third grader at Johnson Park School, is hugging her very own copy of "A Student's Dictionary." Sierra received her dictionary as part of Princeton Rotary Club's participation in the Dictionary Project that has provided a copy to each third grader in the Princeton Regional Schools and the Charter School (see story on page 7).

PRS Budget: Staffing Down, Taxes Up

Linda Arntzenius

The Princeton Regional Schools Board of Education has announced its preliminary 2006-2007 budget. The $71,926,131 represents an increase of some $3 million (or 4.35 percent) over the approximately $68.9 million for the current 2005-2006 school year.

Liens, Late Payments Holding Up Progress in Redevelopment

Matthew Hersh

Obstacles that continue to hold up Princeton Borough's downtown redevelopment project surfaced again last Tuesday as the municipality attempted to move forward on a project that's now about a year-and-a-half behind original developer estimates.

Borough Flags Palmer Square Project but This Time the Problem Is Minor

Matthew Hersh

A development that would place 100 housing units on Palmer Square North along Paul Robeson Place has hit another snag, prolonging the building process that first received approval from the Regional Planning Board nearly 16 years ago.