(Photo by E.J. Greenblat)

TOWERING INFERNO: Last Sunday firefighters from all companies responded to a general alarm due to a detached garage fire on Moore Street. Lt. Bill Waterson, Hook & Ladder, was incident commander.

Democrats Vie for Committee Seat

Matthew Hersh

Just 15 days after Princeton Township Committeeman Bill Hearon abruptly announced his resignation from the governing body due to time constraints resulting from his own private business, five Democrats have surfaced seeking to fill the vacancy on the all-Democratic Committee.

University Counters Misspending Claims With Pre-Trial Briefs

Matthew Hersh

Princeton University went back on the offensive Monday by filing two pre-trial motions refuting the Robertson family's allegations that $200 million of a $650 million endowment was diverted "for unauthorized purposes," and, in turn, by taking aim at Robertson family trustees, saying that in recent years the family has fought against reform initiatives.

Special Education Code Changes Reviewed by Schools, Parents

Linda Arntzenius

Parents, teachers, and district personnel met last Saturday in the library of John Witherspoon Middle School for a "Special Education Symposium" on the proposed changes to the state's Administrative Code Special Education Regulations. The seminar was sponsored by the Special Education PTO.