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  Princeton Township, New Jersey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
New Jersey's Twelfth Congressional District, covering all of Hunterdon County and portions of Middlesex County, Monmouth County, Morris County, and Somerset County, is represented by Rush D. Holt Jr.
The 15th legislative district of the New Jersey Legislature is represented in the State Senate by Shirley Turner (D, Ewing) and in the Assembly by Reed Gusciora (D, Trenton) and Bonnie Watson Coleman (D, Trenton).
Princeton High School is located in the borough of Princeton and serves the borough and the township, and Cranbury Township, New Jersey, as part of a sending/receiving relationship.
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 Princeton Basketball News
Princeton head coach Joe Scott and PBN editor Jon Solomon met at Jadwin Gym to review the season's final three games, talk about the season as a whole and to look forward at the future of Tiger basketball.
Princeton head coach Joe Scott and PBN editor Jon Solomon sat down the afternoon before the final road weekend of the year to review the home sweep of Dartmouth and Harvard and to preview the final three regular season games.
Princeton Basketball News was founded on April 28th, 1998 in an attempt to provide fans of the Princeton Tigers and Ivy League basketball with the best on-line source for up-to-date news and information.
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 Princeton, New Jersey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Princeton, New Jersey is located in Mercer County, New Jersey, United States.
New Jersey's State capital is the city of Trenton, approximately 13 miles away, but the Governor's official residence has been in Princeton since 1945, when Morven became the first Governor's mansion.
In 1912, Woodrow Wilson, a former professor (and University president of Princeton) and Governor of New Jersey, was elected President of the United States.
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 Princeton Symphony Orchestra of Princeton New Jersey
Hailed by critics as New Jersey's "virtuoso orchestra," the Princeton Symphony Orchestra is the 2004 - 2006 recipient of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts' Citation of Excellence, given to the PSO "for exhibiting the highest standards of excellence in its artistry, operations, governance, and public benefit."
The PSO is greater Princeton's only resident professional orchestra and performs its subscription series in historic Richardson Auditorium in downtown Princeton, as well as special performances throughout the region.
Founded in 1980 as The Little Orchestra of New Jersey by the late Portia Sonnenfeld, what is now known as the Princeton Symphony Orchestra originally presented two or three informal concerts each year.
www.princetonsymphony.org /about.html   (371 words)

 Princeton Living - Your Online Information Guide to Moving & Living in Princeton, New Jersey
While Princeton has a current population of approximately 14,000, the presence of a major university skews the median age for the area to 25.
Princeton University is the heart of the city, playing a major role in its cultural and economic life.
Princeton is an elegant, upscale enclave with a major Ivy League school at its center.
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 The Battle of Princeton
On Dec. 27th General Calwalader, who had been unable to land on the Jersey shore on the 26 th due to the ice on that shore, reported he was crossing near Burlington, reinforced by militia which was turning up encouraged by the victory.
Also many of his New England troops enlistments were due to expire on the 1 st of Jan. By the 30 th he had improved his supply situation and recrossed the river.
Washington, who had about 40 killed and wounded at Princeton, had now driven the British from most of New Jersey, in what is called the Ten Crucial Days., from Dec. 25th to Jan. 3rd.
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 Drinking Liberally Princeton
Princeton's Drinking Liberally has moved back to its original location - the newly renovated Sotto Ristorante and Lounge (formerly known as the Annex).
At one moment, they are analyzing the lack of women in New Jersey politics; the next, they are discussing the sorry state of Princeton’s sidewalks.
Juan Melli, a Princeton University graduate student and one of the chapter's founders, said he was thrilled with the event.
princeton.drinkingliberally.org   (1394 words)

 Princeton, New Jersey day trip
Princeton prides itself as one of the nation's most historic communities, as well as home to the renowned Princeton University.
The history of Princeton has been shaped as much by its influx of immigrants from the Irish, Scottish and Germans to Eastern Europeans and Italians at the turn of the century.
Passengers have to transfer at Princeton Junction for a one-car shuttle train to Princeton, affectionately referred to as the "Dinky." This conjures images of an old charming trolley car, but disappointingly, it's just a modern style train.
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 Princeton Airport - The Airport With All of Your Aviation Needs
Princeton Airport is a privately-owned, public use facility serving the Central Jersey region with a variety of services and products which meets the needs of the general aviation consumer - the pilot, the airplane owner, and the corporate user.
The airport is located on Route 206 in Montgomery Township, Somerset County, on the border of Princeton, Mercer County.
Whether the user is a corporate helicopter servicing the Route #1 corridor, a pilot flying a medivac aircraft, or a charter pilot bringing visitors to the famed, Princeton University, the airport accommodates the traveling public with its well-trained, professional staff because of the years of service by its experienced management.
www.princetonairport.com   (174 words)

 Princeton Online, Community Website for Princeton New Jersey
Princeton Online's portal to our advertising, website design, and hosting services.
Princeton Home and Garden Feature: A wonder guide to local landscapers, garden centers, lawn maintenance, outdoor furnishings, roofers, siders and more!
Mercedes-Benz of Princeton is a privately owned exclusive Mercedes-Benz and Maybach dealership.
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 Princeton New Jersey Real Estate
The greater Princeton area is located directly in the center of the state.
Nassau Street, the towns main thoroughfare, is dominated on one side by the Princeton University campus, with Nassau Hall and the main gate lying directly up from the commercial center of Palmer Square.
Princeton's charming residential streets, watched over by beautiful old trees, have been called home by famous people from Albert Einstein and Woodrow Wilson to recent Nobel prize winner Toni Morrison.
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 Princeton New Jersey News | Nassau Inn Princeton New Jersey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Nassau Inn is one of 200 hotels and resorts throughout the country that is recognized by Historic Hotels of America for preserving and maintaining its historic integrity, architecture and ambiance.
As Princeton grew and changed, so did the inn, re-opening in a new structure at Ten Palmer Square in 1937.
Norman Rockwell was commissioned to paint a mural for the new building to celebrate its rich colonial heritage.
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 Princeton New Jersey Apartments - The Mews At Princeton Junction
Princeton New Jersey Apartments - The Mews At Princeton Junction
The Mews are among the most exclusive New Jersey apartments in the prestigious Princeton area.
For easy commuting, the Princeton Junction train station is a quick 2-minute drive or 15-minute walk, providing an easy ride to New York or Philadelphia.
www.themewsatprincetonjunction.com   (268 words)

 Princeton Library - Princeton
Map of Mercer County New Jersey (1849) - With insets of Trenton and Princeton.
Map of Princeton, N.J. Map of Princeton N.J. Map of Princeton Township (1870)
Princeton Borough and Township: Extent of Community, 1777 A.D. Princeton Borough and Township: Extent of Community in 1852
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 Princeton NJ Tourism | Nassau Inn Princeton New Jersey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Palmer Square, located in the heart of downtown Princeton, is a stylish collection of shops, restaurants, offices, and residences surrounding the Town Green and the historic Nassau Inn.
Founded in 1959 and incorporated in 1961, the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce is a regional organization serving communities in Mercer, Middlesex, and Somerset Counties, although membership extends beyond these borders.
Princeton Online is the Premier Web Content Provider for the Princeton, New Jersey community featuring various helpful information: Events, Business Listings, Dining, Entertainment, Shopping, Sightseeing, Education, Healthcare, Real Estate, Lodging, Online Forums, Free Classifieds, Contests, Special Discounts, Articles, and News.
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 Rotary Club of Princeton, NJ USA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
In selecting Bill Johnson as the co-recipient of the Princeton Rotary Community Vocational Service Award, the Rotary Club is recognizing the commitment and dedication that has always been a part of Johnson’s tenure at John Witherspoon.
Johnson bases his commitment to serving the youth of Princeton on his belief that “the development of human minds is serious business.” He summarizes his philosophy by saying, “With all of the educational trends that come and go, we need to make sure that the human qualities are developed.” Throughout his 30 years, Mr.
Johnson is quick to recognize Ms Drummond for her outstanding technical skills, which she received at Princeton High School in a vocational work study program before she graduated in 1952, but he immediately follows that praise with his recognition of her dedication to serving staff and students.
www.princetonrotary.org   (923 words)

 Princeton University - Facts & Figures
Princeton is the fourth-oldest college in the United States.
Today, more than 720 faculty members, who are leaders in their respective disciplines, instruct Princeton's 4,815 undergraduate students and 2,300 graduate students.
The Engineering Library in Friend Center is one of 16 libraries in the Princeton University Library system.
www.princeton.edu /pr/facts/index.shtml   (112 words)

 Princeton House Behavioral Health | Princeton HealthCare System
Princeton House Behavioral Health, a unit of Princeton HealthCare System, is a leading provider of highly skilled and compassionate behavioral healthcare.
A multidisciplinary team of board certified psychiatrists and highly qualified professionals provide the highest level of treatment and care for people who need psychiatric support, have chemical dependencies or who struggle with a combination of emotional and addiction problems.
Princeton House Behavioral Health is a unit licensed by The State of New Jersey and is accredited by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.
www.princetonhouse.org   (227 words)

The Junior League of Greater Princeton is pleased to announce the successful conclusion of one of its fundraisers, the Designer Showhouse and Gardens XIV, which raised over $150,000 for promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving commumities.
Junior Leagues around the country including the Junior League of Greater Princeton are supporting the JL of New Orleans’ effort to rebuild after the devastation left by Hurricane Katrina last August.
The Junior League of Greater Princeton is orgainizing a team of runners and walkers to support this important cause.
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 Local Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Of course, Princeton University is an integral part of the community.
Libraries - Princeton Public Library, Firestone, Speer and NJ Library for the Blind.
Princeton Senior Resource Center provides an extensive list of services available to Senior Citizens.
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 Princeton, New Jersey
A few miles north-east of Trenton lies the small town of Princeton, which owes its international reputation to its university and associated research institutes, including the Institute for Advanced Study, where Albert Einstein carried out his final work.
The university, founded in 1946 as the College of New Jersey in Elizabeth, moved to Princeton in 1756.
With Harvard and Yale it belongs to the "Ivy League" of prestigious universities in the north-east United States.
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 Princeton New Jersey accounting firms, cpa firms, audit services, accounting services, Princeton NJ
Princeton New Jersey accounting firms, cpa firms, audit services, accounting services, Princeton NJ Contact Us Locations search
As soon as you pass the Alexander Road West exit, you will see a building to the right with two large fountains, this is Princeton Overlook.
Assisting clients with accounting, tax preparation, audit services and business consulting, Amper, Politziner & Mattia is one of the largest accounting firms in New Jersey and a leading regional CPA firm.
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 Find A Lawyer, Attorney, Attorneys, Legal Services and Information - Lawyers.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
NEW YORK -- It was just after Mother's Day in May 2003 when Ilene Jaroslaw, about four months pregnant, learned that the fetus she was carrying had a fatal...
Federal officials say they're baffled by Colorado's new edict that a U.S. passport alone is insufficient proof of identity to get a Colorado driver's license...
Forging a new life: Fake employment documents are becoming more abundant, and a federal agency is trying to crack down on workers and businesses that accept...
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 BORDC: Resolution Details - Princeton, New Jersey
Resolution 2003-R271 of the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Princeton, New Jersey
The Mayor and Council reaffirm their support for increased security measures to protect our citizenry from terrorist attacks but also believe that such security must be provided only in a manner which will not unduly and unnecessarily infringe upon the constitutional and other rights and liberties of the American people.
Directs the Borough Clerk to communicate this resolution to all the elected representatives of the Borough of Princeton in the New Jersey Legislature, and the United States Congress, to the Governor and Attorney General of the State of New Jersey, the UNited States Attorney General and the President of the United States.
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 IEEE - Princeton Central Jersey Section
Between 1964 and 1968, at the RCA David Sarnoff Research Center in Princeton, New Jersey, a team of engineers and scientists led by George H. Heilmeier with Louis A. Zanoni and Lucian A. Barton, devised a method for electronic control of light reflected from liquid crystals and demonstrated the first liquid crystal display.
The Wizard of Menlo Park, Thomas Alva Edison was one of the pioneers of modern science who greatly influenced life in 20 th century.
Edison 's major innovation there after was the first industrial research lab, which was built in early 1876, in Menlo Park, New Jersey.
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