Princeton is a town located in Worcester County, Massachusetts.
Princeton was created in 1759, out of land that was once part of Rutland. In 1810, it annexed a piece of Hubbardston, and in 1870, it annexed a piece of Westminster.
It is bordered on the east by Sterling and Leominster; on the north by Westminster; on the west by Hubbardston and Rutland; on the south by Rutland and Holden.
The preeminent landmark within Princeton is Mount Wachusett, which straddles the line between Princeton and Westminster but the entrance to which is within Princeton. According to tradition, in 1675, Mary Rowlandson was ransomed upon "Redemption Rock," now within the town of Princeton, by King Philip.Web Sites and Links
Dynamics of Old-Growth Forests on Wachusett Mountain (Princeton, MA)A paper revealing the discovery of an area of old growth forest in Princeton MA.
Kate's PowerHouseYoga, pilates and fitness studio. Includes information on classes, schedule, and pricing.
National Education for Assistance Dog ServicesNEADS is a non-profit organization located in Princeton, MA. NEADS trains dogs of all breeds, shapes, and sizes to help people that are deaf or in wheelchairs.
Princeton (MA) Municipal Light DepartmentInformation about the PMLD and general information and links related to the electric utility business. Topics include; deregulation, green power, renewable resources, safety, and energy conservation.
Princeton Police DepartmentSite includes animal control, bicycle safety, firearms laws, call log, reports and contacts.
Princeton, MassachusettsCentrally located in the state, geographically featuring the Wachusett Mountain State Reservation, this is Princeton, MA.
Thomas Prince SchoolIncludes monthly newsletter, staff listings, PTA information and lunch menu for kindergarten through grade 8.
Wachusett MeadowProvides directions and general information for wildlife sanctuary that includes A 200-acre beaver pond and mountain trails.