The five winners will win prizes that include McCaffrey's gift certificates, season tickets to Princeton University football or basketball, a family membership to Princeton Community Pool and free DVD borrowing privileges at the Princeton Public Library.
Monday, April 8
Winners have been chosen in the contest to rename Princeton's municipal buildings, the former Princeton Borough Hall at 1 Monument Drive and the former Princeton Township Building at 400 Witherspoon St. One Monument Drive will be renamed Monument Hall and 400 Witherspoon Street will be called Witherspoon Hall, a panel of judges decided. Thirty-eight contestants suggested 44 names for Borough Hall and 34 names for the Township Building. The contestants names were not revealed until the judging was completed. Resident Carol Calamoneri is the contestant suggested the name Witherspoon Hall was chosen. Five contestants suggested Monument Hall for the former Borough Hall: Carol Calamoneri, Stephanie Chorney, Diana Crane, Mimi Omiecinski and …
Winners will receive a certificate, a $250 McCaffrey's gift certificate, season tickets to Princeton University football or basketball, a family membership to the Princeton Community Pool and free CD/DVD library borrowing privileges.
Thursday, January 24
Princeton and Princeton Public Library are holding a competition to rename Princeton's municipal buildings- the buildings known as Princeton Borough Hall (1 Monument Drive) and Princeton Township Hall (400 Witherspoon St.). The contest is open to Princeton residents at least 18 years old, the contest runs through Feb. 15 at 5 p.m., the deadline for entries to be submitted to the library. Contestants may submit one name for each building accompanied by a typewritten essay of not more than 250 words in support of the recommendation. If a contestant need access, the library has 100 computers and a typewriter available for public use. “We are pleased that the Princeton Public Library is sponsoring this competition,” Mayor Liz Lempert said. "…