(Photo by George Vogel)


A HOMETOWN HALLOWEEN ON THE PLAZA: Kids in costume, parents, students from town and gown, and Princetonians of all ages are ready to move to the beat of the Princeton University Marching Band after converging on Witherspoon Plaza for the Arts Council's annual Halloween Parade Monday.

Board Balks at Police Agreement

Linda Arntzenius

At the end of the Princeton Regional Schools Board of Education meeting last Tuesday night, October 24, a divided board failed to adopt the state-mandated memorandum of agreement between the district and local police departments.

It's About Both 2006 and Princeton's Future This Election Day

Matthew Hersh

On Tuesday, when Princeton Borough and Princeton Township voters head to the polls, to cast their votes, it will have less to do with local campaigns than with what's going on outside of the Princeton political landscape.

A More Bicycle-Friendly Princeton? Activists Seek Changes in Infrastructure

Matthew Hersh

Dressing in full cycling regalia was the only way Ron Lessard could make his case for more bicycle-friendly roadways throughout Princeton Borough and Township. The contrast between his apparel Tuesday morning at Township Hall and that of the more conventionally dressed planning officials was enough to give him an audience.

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Princeton
McCaffrey's
Cox's
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Krauszer's (State Road)
Speedy Mart (State Road)
Wawa (University Place)
Wild Oats
Hopewell
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Rocky Hill
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Pennington
Pennington Market