(Photo by E.J. Greenblat)

RESCUE REHEARSAL: Jeff Kutner (top) of the Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad is seen "rescuing" Ted Wagner of the Plainsboro Fire Department in a drill conducted last week by the Mercer County 801 Technical Rescue Task Force.

NJ Supreme Court Gives Go Ahead to Boychoir Suit

Linda Arntzenius

The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled last Tuesday, August 8, that a law intended to guard charitable institutions from being bankrupted by employee negligence cannot protect the American Boychoir School in Princeton Township from a sexual abuse lawsuit.

With Traffic in Mind, DOT Commissioner Eyes Proposed UMCP Site

Matthew Hersh

Anticipating the potential traffic impact resulting from the relocation of the University Medical Center at Princeton to the FMC Corp. site in Plainsboro, the mayors of Princeton Borough and Township are slated to meet with New Jersey Department of Transportation Commissioner Kris Kolluri and other area officials Monday to discuss what effect a new hospital will have on the Penns Neck portion of Route 1, as well as on local traffic.

Amid Resident Concerns, Pine Street Park Project Delayed Indefinitely

Matthew Hersh

There seemed to be a consensus last December when residents of Pine Street, the one-block throughway that connects a portion of east Nassau Street to Spruce Street, heard a rehabilitation proposal from Princeton Borough landscape consultant Dan Dobromilsky concerning the repair and revival of the street's eponymous park.

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Kiosk (Palmer Square)
Krauszer's (State Road)
Speedy Mart (State Road)
Wawa (University Place)
Wild Oats
Village Express

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Wawa (Route 518)

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