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Former Board of Ed President Discusses Reported Mistreatment of District Student

To the Editor:  A recent issue of U.S. 1 told a story that should concern every member of the Princeton community. It is a story of demeaning and harmful behavior…

Bryn Mawr-Wellesley Book Sale Raises Record Amount for College Scholarships

To the Editor: The Bryn Mawr-Wellesley Book Sale, held at Princeton Day School every spring, is a complex undertaking, and we would not be able to make it a success…

Adding Induction-Coil Based Loop System At the Garden Would Help Hearing Impaired

To the Editor: The remodeling of the Garden Theatre in connection with the forthcoming change in ownership [“The New Management of the Garden Theatre Has Plans That Include the Town…

Family Guidance Center Thanks Supporters As Annual Fundraiser Raises Over $30,000

To the Editor: Family Guidance Center’s 2014 annual fundraiser was a huge success thanks to the community’s support! Family Guidance Center honored Christine Lokhammer, PNC Wealth Management Team of Princeton,…

Living Local Expo Survives Rain With 100 Vendors, 1500 Visitors

To the Editor: A great day was had by all on Saturday, March 29 at the seventh annual Living Local Expo held at the National Guard Armory in Lawrence. A…

Question of the Week: What makes this event special? (Asked during Revolutionary-era military demonstration at Princeton Battlefield)

Wolfgang: “It’s important to remember that the Americans, in their original and truly great spirit, do treasure and value the losses on both sides. The monument on the other side…

Area Experts Can Provide a New Outdoor Living Space

Now that “the winter of our discontent” seems finally to have faded into memory, area residents look forward to getting outside. Spring cleaning, gardening, and landscaping are all on the…

Variety of Composting Options Now Available for Homeowners

Recycling and repurposing have become the watch words for many in our community today. These environmentally-friendly practices have been adopted by increasing numbers of people who are looking for ways…

Question of the Week: “What is the most important thing to remember about Paul Robeson?”

“His compassion for justice, the love that he had for his father Reverend Robeson, and for his talent and his intellect.”  —Shirley Satterfield, Princeton   “His social activism. He was…

The Majority of Waterways in Central N.J. Regularly Violate Clean Water Standards

To the Editor: Since 2007, the Stony Brook Millstone Watershed Association has teamed up with volunteers to pick up trash and debris near area lakes, rivers, and streams, removing more…

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