(Photo by E.J. Greenblat)


FIVE YEARS LATER THE LIGHTS OF REMEMBRANCE ARE BURNING BRIGHT: A crowd surfaced at sundown Sunday for a candlight vigil on the eve of the fifth anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. The interfaith ceremony included remarks by the Rev. Dr. David Davis of the Nassau Prebyterian Church, Cantor Murray Simon of the Jewish Center of Princeton, the Rev. Frank Strasburger of Trinity Church, the Rev. Dr. Gregory Young of the Princeton United Methodist Church, the Rev. Carol Haag of the Unitarian Universalist Church, and the Rev. Carlton Branscomb of the First Baptist Church and president of the Princeton Clergy Association, which, along with the Coalition for Peace Action, sponsored the event.

Hospital Site on the Horizon

Matthew Hersh

More than a year-and-a-half after Princeton HealthCare System announced that it intended to move its University Medical Center at Princeton and Merwick Rehab Center out of town, and nearly a year after it announced that Plainsboro would be its destination, Princeton Borough Council is now ready for a formal consideration of the future development of the land that the hospital will leave behind.

Township Renews Deer Cull Program With Little Opposition

Matthew Hersh

Princeton Township voted unanimously Monday night to stay the course on its seven-year deer-hunting program, awarding a $96,630 contract to the Connecticut-based firm, White Buffalo, to conduct sharp shooting and birth control programs on the Township's deer herd.

Gina Kolata at Library Tonight to Discuss Pandemic Flu Threat

Linda Arntzenius

Gina Kolata, New York Times science writer and the author of Flu: The Story of the Great Influenza Pandemic of 1918 and the Search for the Virus that Caused It, will open a series of three presentations titled "Pandemic Influenza Threat: Understand and Prepare," tonight at the Princeton Public Library.

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