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Board of Ed Speaks of “Middle Ground” But Has Not Moved Toward Any “Middle”

To the Editor: The tone of the most recent letter from three members of the Board of Education of Princeton Public Schools (PPS) is quite ironic. They seem to accuse…

For the Second Contract in a Row, The Board Proposes to Take Away PREA Members’ Future

To the Editor: In last week’s letter to the editor [“Real Issue from Board’s Point of View Is Sustainability of Quality Education”], the three Board members who sit on the…

Senior Residents Will Face Physical Challenges, Expenses, If Council Approves Sidewalk Project

To the Editor: As long-time residents of Princeton and senior citizens, my wife and I oppose an ordinance that is before the mayor and Council of Princeton that would force…

Real Issue From Board’s Point of View Is Sustainability of Quality Education

To the Editor: In the Princeton Public Schools Board of Education’s negotiations with Princeton Regional Education Association (“PREA”) on October 2, 2014, the parties reached a point where it seemed…

Board Using Cost of Special Needs Students As Reason for Denying Teachers Increase

To the Editor: At the last Princeton Public Schools Board of Education meeting, Board member Patrick Sullivan’s explanation of the reasons for the negotiation stalemate with the teacher’s union felt…

Here We Go Again With Teachers’ Contract Negotiations and the Fight Has Gotten Uglier

To the Editor: The Princeton Public Schools teachers and the Princeton Board of Education are currently locked in an acrimonious battle over the teachers’ contract. The previous contract expired in…

Reasons to Vote “Yes” on Nov. 4 Referendum On Fee of 5 Cents for Single-Use Plastic Bags

To the Editor: On September 18 residents of all ages gathered at Small World Coffee on Witherspoon Street for a night of Poems and Percussion organized by myself and Sustainable…

PHS Thanks Neighbors, Greater Community For Memorable Homecoming Weekend Event

To the Editor: On behalf of the Princeton High School Homecoming Committee, we would like to thank our Princeton community for showing their support at the PHS Homecoming Weekend Celebration.…

Remembering Affordable Housing Advocate Who Helped Create Princeton Community Village 

To the Editor: Our town has lost an invaluable treasure, Ted Vial, a founder and past-president of Princeton Community Housing, who passed away on September 17, 2014. As a fervent…

Stars Were in Alignment for Celebration Of 100th Anniversary of Dorothea’s House

To the Editor: The stars were all in alignment for us on Sunday, as we celebrated the 100th anniversary of Dorothea’s House — an institution that first served as a…