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Vol. LXI, No. 38
 
Wednesday, September 19, 2007
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Hospital Centralizes Response Protocol, Streamlining Operations During Crisis

Matthew Hersh

When a South Brunswick woman appeared at the University Medical Center at Princeton emergency room last month with a substance that she thought was anthrax, there could have been two initial responses by hospital staff and patients waiting for treatment: chaos or control.

Forty Years of Affordable Housing Advocacy Goes to the Birds With Upcoming Fund-raiser

Matthew Hersh

For Princeton Community Housing (PCH), you could call an upcoming fund-raiser “One for the Birds.”

The non-profit organization that has played a major role in Princeton as an affordable housing advocate, provider, and manager, is gearing up for a 40th anniversary fund-raiser at the end of this month, and while the idea is to look back and celebrate the organization’s accomplishments, organizers are more focused on the future, in trying to make Princeton more affordable to a wider demographic.

Governor Signs Bill at Eden Center, Boosting Fight Against Autism Disorders

Linda Arntzenius

Governor Jon S. Corzine visited the Eden Institute Foundation’s Clayton Center in West Windsor last week to sign into law a bipartisan package of seven new bills relating to autism spectrum disorders. The laws boost state support for programs aimed at helping those with autism and Asperger’s syndrome (the developmental disorder featuring autistic-like behaviors).

Crossroads Nursery School Celebrates 60th Anniversary

Linda Arntzenius

Youngsters at the Crossroads Nursery School on Olden Lane may not be aware that the school reached a milestone this year with the 60th anniversary of its founding, but the new set of playground equipment is sure to make an impact.

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