(Photo by Carl Gachet)


OPENING CEREMONIES A RESOUNDING SUCCESS: Princeton High School drama and choir students took center stage on Saturday night at the Gala Premiere Performance in the new auditorium of the Princeton Performing Arts Center. The event was part of the opening ceremonies showcasing new construction, and provided leaders from Princeton Regional Schools District an opportunity to thank all of those who contributed to the facility.

Borough, Township, Put Hospital Site to Vote

Matthew Hersh

After months of public hearings, and a planning process intended to envision future development of the area currently occupied by the University Medical Center at Princeton, it appears as though municipal approval is in the pipeline, potentially offering a sharper, albeit distant, picture of what could exist on Witherspoon Street after the hospital relocates operations to Plainsboro.

A Little State Aid Could Go a Long Way in Smoothing the Ride

Matthew Hersh

Up until recently, driving down the Princeton Borough portion of Jefferson Road was bad to the point where many residents began fearing for the lives of their cars, but the Borough, offset by some state funding, has projects underway to give that road, and neighboring throughways, some much-needed TLC.

Senior Transportation Service Launched With Aim of Recruiting Volunteers

Matthew Hersh

Still in a neck brace, but back on the job after spinal cord decompression surgery in August, Princeton Borough Mayor Mildred Trotman has some difficulty getting around, and on this autumn day in October, she was getting some help from her Princeton Township counterpart, Mayor Phyllis Marchand.

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at the following locations:
Princeton
McCaffrey's
Cox's
Kiosk (Palmer Square)
Krauszer's (State Road)
Speedy Mart (State Road)
Wawa (University Place)
Wild Oats
Hopewell
Village Express

Rocky Hill
Wawa (Route 518)

Pennington
Pennington Market