(Photo by E.J. Greenblat)


BOOK SALE BROWSERS: With sunlight coming through from the plaza windows, Saturday at the annual Friends of the Princeton Public Library Book Sale seems a browser's idyll compared to the scene in the Community Room on Friday. While the growing presence of dealers armed with big containers and busy hands and elbows makes the opening preview a challenge for less driven buyers, the benefit to the library has been enormous. Both this year and last year, sales broke records, bringing much-needed funding to the library.

Hospital Site Advances on Two Fronts

Matthew Hersh

With Princeton Township Committee introducing zoning for post-hospital development on Witherspoon Street Monday night, a clearer picture of what could exist on the University Medical Center at Princeton site could arrive by year's end, or early next year, as Princeton Borough Council was expected to cast a final vote last night on building guidelines on its portion of the site.

Planning Board Supports a Calmer 206; Funding Needed

Matthew Hersh

Following approval by a series of municipal agencies including the Princeton Township's Shade Tree Commission and Historic Preservation Commission, the Regional Planning Board last Thursday endorsed the concept of traffic calming as outlined in a DOT commissioned Route 206 Vision Plan.

Discussion With Community Is First Step Toward Change for Valley Road Building

Linda Arntzenius

The Princeton Regional School District Board of Education hosted a public discussion on the future of its Valley Road building on Wednesday, October 18, in the John Witherspoon Middle School cafeteria.

can be purchased Wednesday mornings
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