There is a buzz in the air. The sound permeates through the early morning hours to late in the day. The cicadas are here: and you would be making noise too if you had spent the last 17 years underground.
Ira Kaye, the proprietor of a bookstore that will soon open at the Princeton Shopping Center, is not only readying himself for his store's opening, but preparing to fill a need created at the shopping center when the Princeton Public Library moved out last month.
Borough Council members unanimously agreed to introduce an ordinance proposed by the Princeton Regional Planning Board that would prohibit the construction of excessively large additions on existing homes or the building of huge McMansions in town.
In an effort to show residents where many of their tax dollars are going, Borough Council voted 6-0 to pass a resolution that would correct an apparent disparity in tax dollars the Borough and Township pay for the school district's tax levy.
Teaching isn't always about books and homework; sometimes it means just being a friend.
The much-discussed, much-anticipated event finally arrived on a sun-drenched Saturday morning as a sizeable throng of well-wishers, young and old alike, gathered on Witherspoon Street to celebrate the ceremonial opening and dedication of the town's new jewel The Princeton Public Library.