(Photo by E.J. Greenblat)


BOOKS ARE US: The sun came out and so did the Saturday crowds enjoying a great day on Witherspoon Plaza, the site of the Princeton Public Library's Children's Book Festival, which flourished with some help from volunteers (from left) Anna Greenwood, Emily Zettenberg, Anna Niroomand, and Sara Gladwin.

Borough Puts Hospital Site On Hold

Matthew Hersh

In light of recurring concerns regarding the lasting impact of future development on a 12-acre site currently occupied by the University Medical Center at Princeton, members of Borough Council last Tuesday delayed a vote to introduce new zoning that will one day shape the in-town expanse, as well as an adjacent surface parking lot along Franklin Avenue.

Merwick Area Occupants Could Benefit From Master Plan Changes

Matthew Hersh

A change in the Princeton Community Master Plan could eventually pave the way toward redeveloping some 30 acres of fertile land along Princeton Borough's Bayard Lane and Paul Robeson Place — and it's all happening with surprisingly little notice from the community.

Following the Move of an Ivy Rival PU Sacks Early Admissions Program

Matthew Hersh

Just days after Harvard University's trustees voted to eliminate its early admissions process, looking to level the playing field for all applicants, Princeton University officials announced Monday that it, too, would end its early admissions program, beginning with students applying for the freshman class in the fall of 2008.

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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