AN EXECUTIVE EMERITUS: Anne Reeves, the 23-year
executive director of the Arts Council of Princeton, is relinquishing
her role to become "founding director," assisting in community
outreach, fund-raising, and special events. She said she looks
forward to her continued role with the Arts Council as the not-for-profit
organization begins to raise money for its facility expansion.
You could say it's the end of an era.
Already in the middle of a study examining the merger
of Princeton Township and Borough dispatching services, Township
Committee Monday quickly dispatched the idea, at least for now,
of launching a full police departmental consolidation of the two
The arrival of spring marks the start of Princeton
Public Library's second year at its new facility on Witherspoon
Street and a new line-up of events for residents, which includes
learning about Einstein's theories of time travel, dancing with
the Princeton Country Dancers, and singing along with popular