(Photo by George Vogel)


THE VOTE GOES ON: A Tuesday morning scene at the Community Park School polling place, where estimates of the size of the Election Day turn-out ranged from "disappointing" to "steady."

Democrats Win: It's No Contest

Matthew Hersh

There were no surprises as unchallenged Princeton Township and Borough Democrats were resoundingly re-elected as the voter base showed up at the polls to support Democratic U.S. Senatorial incumbent Bob Menendez over Republican challenger Tom Kean Jr. Early election returns indicated Mr. Menendez would hold his Senate seat.

$100,000 Reward Set for Information on Missing Township Teen

Matthew Hersh

A Philadelphia businessman, Joe Mammana, has offered a $100,000 reward for any information leading to the recovery of, or arrests related to, Danielle Nottingham, the Princeton Township teen who left her home in January 2003 at the age of 15. Neither her family, nor Township authorities, have had any leads since her disappearance.

Firm Backs Out of Campus Redesign Plan as University Begins to Show Concepts

Matthew Hersh

Just days prior to tomorrow's open forum focusing on Princeton University's campus planning project, campus officials have confirmed that Renzo Piano, the noted architect who was to spearhead the redesign effort for the school's planned arts neighborhood at University Place and Alexander Street, has withdrawn from the planning process, although it has been indicated that he and his firm could rejoin the project as it gets underway.

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