(Photo by Linda Arntzenius)

DEAR SOLDIER: According to John Witherspoon Middle School computer science teacher Kelly Riely, letters from home are just as important as the items in the boxes that the kids in the "Do Something" Club at JWMS prepared for sending to soldiers in Iraq. (See story in Other News.)

School Budget Heralds Another Tax Hike

Linda Arntzenius

The cost of maintaining the "Princeton Difference" in education will mean another property tax increase for Borough and Township homeowners.

At a special budget meeting on Monday, March 12, the Princeton Regional Board of Education voted unanimously to adopt a preliminary budget of $76,101,428 for the 2007-08 school year.

University to Reimburse Funds Used to Finance Three-Year Grad Program

Matthew Hersh

Princeton University announced Monday that nearly $800,000 used to fund a Woodrow Wilson School trial program would be returned to the foundation that supported it. Headed by the Robertson family, it has been involved in a multi-year suit charging the University with misappropriation of foundation funds.

Firm Recommends Historic Designation for a Portion of Littlebrook Section

Matthew Hersh

In a move that architectural experts say signals an increasing recognition and appreciation of mid-century suburban development, a firm contracted by the Princeton Township Historic Preservation Commission has recommended that a cluster of 34 homes in the Township's Littlebrook section be designated as historic.

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