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More Than 1.4 Million People Volunteer Each Year In N.J.’s Schools, Nonprofits, and Houses of Worship

To the Editor: I recently registered to volunteer with the Arts Council of Princeton to help at Communiversity in downtown Princeton on April 26. Doing so reminded me of how…

Citizens’ Climate Lobby Intends to Put Power of the American Economy to Use

To the Editor: Allow me to introduce us: we’re members of Citizens’ Climate Lobby. No, no, please don’t run. We’re not scary. We’re your neighbors. Our kids go to school…

Cancellation of School Orchestra Concert April 23 Would Be Huge Loss for Students

To the Editor: Due to the ongoing union negotiations between the Princeton Board of Education and the PREA, the cancellation of the upcoming annual district-wide elementary school orchestra concert on…

Library Poetry Event Provided New Perspective on Freedom of Speech

To the Editor: Princeton was treated to a memorable privilege on Sunday at our public library. US1 Poets’ Cooperative gave their annual celebration in honor of the new volume of…

PREA Thanking Community for Support In Seeking Agreement With Board of Ed 

To the Editor: The PREA would like to thank the many parents, students, community members, and local businesses supporting us as we continue to seek a fair and equitable agreement…

Exchange Students’ Enjoy a Special Experience Thanks to Civic Mindedness of Local Merchants

To the Editor: You know you live in a very special town when not one but several merchants read in the paper that the public high school is hosting 20…

“Parents Supporting All Learners” Reach Out to Community for Support

To the Editor: We moved to Princeton for a number of reasons. Top of our lists was the school system. Academic excellence, strong arts programs, and diverse student population —…

Urging Princeton Zoning Board to Abide By the Intent of the Zoning Ordinance

To the Editor: Over the past dozen years, this paper has published numerous letters from Princeton residents bemoaning the building of “McMansions” in this community. Typically, the Zoning Board kept…

In an Affluent Town Dedicated to LearningTeachers Must “Fight” for a Decent Contract

To the Editor: Why must public school teachers in Princeton “fight” to receive a decent salary contract year after year? That this occurs in an affluent town dedicated to learning:…

The Trenton Children’s Chorus 25th Anniversary Committee Thanks Princeton, Trenton Communities

To the Editor: As chair of Trenton Children’s Chorus (TCC) 25th Anniversary committee, I want to thank the Princeton and Trenton communities for helping us hit a high note at…