As Halloween approaches and the leaves begin to change into their amber and ruddy autumn hues, we can surely begin to think about the age-old October inquiry: what am I going to be for Halloween? For many, this can be a daunting task requiring several weeks of thought and consideration. However, for residents of the Princeton area, there are plenty of fabled tales of ghosts and hauntings to give inspiration to even the most severe case of "Halloween Block."
A new organization has started in Mercer County, led solely by women. The Wo- men's Leadership Initiative (WLI) was developed last May by board members of the United Way. The organization is comprised of Mercer County women who want to use their money and talents to help out those less fortunate in the area.
Initial findings of a recent survey of how people feel about Princeton as a community and about downtown development show that residents feel deeply and emotions run high on the subject.
Construction on the three elementary schools and the middle school is well underway, said Lewis Goldstein, Princeton Regional School District's assistant superintendent for human relations, public and community affairs, at a Monday press conference held as an update on school construction. Mr. Goldstein also announced that a groundbreaking ceremony for the high school construction is due to take place around the third week in November.