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Enacting a Charge on Single-Use Bags Can Decrease Their Use 60-90 Percent

To the Editor: In November, Princeton residents voted in favor of considering a charge on single-use bags as part of a Mercer County voter sentiment referendum. The idea of that…

In a “Community of Porches,” Some Reasons To Save 31-33 Lytle Street and Its Lovely Porch

To the Editor: Princeton Council is considering demolishing 31-33 Lytle Street, in the heart of the Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood. Say “No” to Council: no demolition. The lovely porch (1870-1880), which retains…

Dorothea’s House Hosts Discussion Of Verdi’s Adaptation of “Macbeth” 

To the Editor: Dorothea’s House once again demonstrated on Sunday, May 3, why it’s such a bright star in Princeton’s cultural firmament. In its unique role of furthering the understanding and appreciation…

Not in Our Town (NIOT) Thanks Those Who Contributed to Success of Stand Against Racism

To the Editor: An event that began eight years ago in Princeton and Trenton — demonstrations for Stand Against Racism day — grew exponentially and is now the signature campaign…

In Spirit of Communiversity, “Fired-Up” Event Pairs Painting with History of Fire Department

To the Editor, Each year the Arts Council of Princeton’s (ACP) Communiversity brings the Community and University members together to celebrate the things we love about our town. This year…

Co-Chairs of Planned Parenthood Benefit Thank Guests, Staff, Volunteers, Committee

To the Editor; As co-chairs of Planned Parenthood’s 26th annual Spring Benefit, we thank the hundreds of enthusiastic supporters who attended our luncheon on April 24 at The Hyatt Regency…

Arts Council Board, Staff, Artists, Members Thank Communiversity Visitors, Vendors, and Performers

To the Editor: On behalf of the board, staff, artists, members and volunteers of the Arts Council of Princeton, we would like to thank everyone — including 40,000-plus visitors, 200…

AARP Greatly Appreciative of Assemblyman For Lending His Voice on Issue of Sick Leave

To the Editor: On behalf of the New Jersey AARP State Office staff and volunteers, I would like to extend a sincere thank you to Assembly Majority Leader Lou Greenwald…

Suggesting That Homeowners Incorporate Native Trees, Shrubs, Flowers, and Grasses

To the Editor: As the weather warms, homeowners’ thoughts typically turn to yards and landscaping. Spring is an excellent time to spruce up residential plantings, and what better way to…

Actors in Our Ongoing Improv With the Earth Should Ask “How Can We Make This Work?”

To the Editor: If there’s one thing I wish people would let go of on this Earth Day, both locally and nationally, it’s pessimism in all its manifestations. Well, maybe…