Police shut down Friday what is being described as an "open-air drug market" within Princeton Borough's John-Witherspoon neighborhood, the culmination of an investigation that resulted in the arrest of five suspected drug dealers working out of a Borough public housing unit on Clay Street. A sixth suspect was arrested for attempting to purchase drugs at the house.
Princeton HealthCare System reached an important, albeit perfunctory, stage in its effort to relocate its University Medical Center at Princeton and the Merwick Care Center to Plainsboro when the state deemed its request to relocate complete.
Government-imposed limitations to property will always be a tall order for residents, but what if it were the residents setting the limitations?
Like communities throughout the country, Princeton Borough and Princeton Township are two towns facing the increasing problem of homeowners and developers tearing down an aging housing stock, and, in some cases, replacing it with either oversized housing, or structures perceived to be out of character with the surrounding neighborhood. And while residents have become concerned with the potential impact of seeing limits placed on their ability to build, some are starting to speak up.
at the following locations:
Kiosk (Palmer Square)
Krauszer's (State Road)
Speedy Mart (State Road)
Wawa (University Place)
Wawa (Route 518)