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PHS Assistant Principal Lori Rotz Makes a Difference in Constanza

For one week last month, Princeton High School Assistant Principal Lori Rotz, along with 25 other school administrators from around the country, constructed a four-classroom addition to a school in…

As Membership Grows, Princeton Community TV Looks to the Future

What are the implications of consolidation for Princeton Community Television (TV30), the public access cable station created by the Borough and Township of Princeton in January of 1997? “Our core…

Board of Education Votes to Move Elections From April to November

The Princeton Board of Education agreed last week to change the annual election date for school board members from the third Tuesday in April, to the November general election, beginning…

Princeton Weathers A Perfect Storm of Issues

This year Princeton weathered a major hurricane, opened a spanking new community park and pool, elected a mayor for the new municipality, coped with Route 1 left turn prohibitions, and…

Alicia Ostriker and Gerald Stern Share the Stage at Labyrinth Books

“It’s so fun to be reading with Gerry,” said poet Alicia Ostriker on Saturday afternoon at Labyrinth Books. “Gerry” was another poet, Gerald Stern, a Pittsburgh native who has written…

Educators Respond to Newtown Shooting

“I spent the weekend, as did many fellow heads of schools, listening to the news for any details of the story that could shed a light on how we might…

Township Committee Thanks Staff, Volunteers At Last Official Meeting

At its final official meeting, Township Committee honored employees and volunteers for their help during this last year, and for their years of cumulated service. Recognizing employees first, Mayor Chad…

Windmill Turns Again at Historical Society’s Updike Farmstead Site; Unity Garden Dedicated

The reinstallation of a windmill at the Updike Farmstead was cause for celebration at a recent party hosted by The Historical Society of Princeton. Guests admired the handiwork of E&R…

Council President To Be Named Soon; Officials Review Rules

Mayor-elect Liz Lempert and members of the new Princeton Council met on Friday morning in a closed session to discuss, Ms. Lempert said, “personnel matters.” Selecting a president for the governing body was presumably among…

Consolidation Consultant Retained by Hopewell For “Strategic Review”

The Center for Governmental Research (CGR), the Rochester-based, independent, nonprofit management consulting organization that helped guide Princeton’s consolidation and transition processes, has been retained by Hopewell Township in Mercer County to “conduct a strategic review of efficiency…

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