The 2003 Borough Council election is quickly approaching, with four candidates competing for a possible two seats. Incumbents Wendy Benchley, Democrat, and Peggy Karcher, Democrat, will be running to keep their seats on the Borough, while Alan Hegedus, Republican, and Mark Alexandridis, unaffiliated, will run on the Princeton Party ticket.
The issues raised in the 2003 race for Township Committee have highlighted a remarkable year for Princeton Township. From deer, to transportation, to taxes, the Township has faced issues that directly impact the every day lives of its residents
In 1990, Princeton resident Marsha Weiss began feeling sick and noticed bruises forming all over her body. A blood test revealed that she had low platelet and red blood cell counts; and, she was diagnosed with Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura (TTP).
Perspectives that fall outside of what the typical reader finds on the Borders bookshelves will be the focus of a new, Princeton-based publishing company. Hanna Fox, publisher of Red Hummingbird Press, has designed her new company to give readers more literary options and will begin to do so with the release of Candle in a Dark Time, by Princeton writer Virginia Stuart.