(Photo by George Vogel)

SALUTING VETERANS, PAST AND PRESENT: Ray Wadsworth of the Spirit of Princeton salutes the flag at the annual Veterans' Day Ceremony at the War Memorial this past Friday, November 11. Mr. Wadsworth is flanked by students of the Lewis School, who also participated in the event. The program included remarks by Borough Mayor Mildred Trotman, Township Mayor Phyllis Marchand, and officers of the United States Marine Corps. A wreath was placed at the memorial under the direction of Sergio Bonotto, a Princeton resident and World World II veteran who holds both a Purple Heart and a Bronze Star.

Township to Halt Police Layoffs

Matthew Hersh

Following reports that Princeton Township would have to remove four officers from the Princeton Township Police Department, Township Committee Monday reversed its stance saying that it would not seek immediate resignations or firings.

State's 206 Study Seeks to Improve In-Town Corridor

Matthew Hersh

Princeton Borough and Township municipal officials Monday announced the launch of a $100,000 New Jersey Department of Transportation study that aims to find ways to increase pedestrian safety and place an emphasis on bicycle lanes along a portion of Route 206.

Trotman Takes on Role of Mayor With the Ease of a Council Veteran

Matthew Hersh

When Mildred Trotman took the dais as mayor with the unanimous support from her colleagues on Princeton Borough Council, there was little fanfare.