SAVE, the non-profit small animal shelter at 900 Herrontown Road in Princeton Township, has announced plans to move to a new 10-acre site at 1010 Route 601 in Montgomery Township.
Renowned legal correspondent, journalist, and NPR regular, Nina Totenberg, who is seen as a panelist each week on the syndicated public affairs television program, Inside Washington, will receive the 2006 Barbara Boggs Sigmund Award from Womenspace, the Mercer County non-profit agency that provides services 24-hour hotlines, crisis intervention, emergency shelter, counseling, court advocacy, and housing to victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
When two planes crashed into the twin towers of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, Princeton High School (PHS) Coach John Miranda who is also a lieutenant colonel in the United States Marine Corps Reserves waited for the call that he knew would come. In February 2002, he was placed on active duty during Operation Freedom and was subsequently dispatched to Iraq where he handled multi-million dollar inventories as a logistics officer helping to move and support troops in the conflict. He was away from his family for a year and a half but the experience of focused teamwork toward a shared goal has given him valuable insights as a coach.
For some residents in a 51-year-old, relatively unassuming development in the Littlebrook section of Princeton Township, say the word "historic" and you'll discover what that designation means to those concerned about building limitations on their properties.
Overlook Drive residents have a bitter pill to swallow, but their battle to stem a sidewalk plan for their street has, at the very least, created a greater sense of unity among neighbors.