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After the Elections, Expressing Importance Of Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions Now

To the Editor: The results of the 2014 elections are in and I offer congratulations to the winners in our town, county, state, and country. Climate change is no longer…

University and Municipality Should Make Sure Law Enforcement Agencies Are Cooperating

To the Editor: The recent report by Planet Princeton concerning alleged criminal conduct on October 10 at Tiger Inn, a Princeton University social club, should concern Princeton residents generally, entirely…

Christie Should Sign Bill That Makes It Illegal to Keep Pigs in Gestation Crates

To the Editor: Growing up with a dog taught me how smart, loving, and understanding all animals can be, which is why I believe we should do everything in our…

Princeton Education Foundation Event Brings Princeton Public School Community Together

To the Editor: On October 12, the world famous Harlem Wizards came to town, sponsored by the Princeton Education Foundation (PEF). They delighted a sold-out crowd of children and adults…

In a Busy Week of Events, Shining Some Light On “Wellness Works Forum at JWS”

To The Editors: During a week that saw the Dalai Lama at Jadwin Gym, a Sea of Blue at Princeton High School, parades at the elementary schools, and runners out…

Sold-Out One Voice Event Celebrates 25 Years of Trenton Children’s Chorus

To the Editor: As this year’s co-chairs of the fourth annual benefit for Trenton Children’s Chorus (TCC), One Voice, we want to thank the community for coming out and helping…

Princeton School Gardens Cooperative Completes First School-Wide Tastings

To the Editor, The Princeton School Gardens Cooperative has just completed the first in a series of four Garden State On Your Plate elementary school-wide tastings, which featured the chefs…

It’s Time for Princeton to Require a More Enlightened Handling of Disposal of Leaves

To the Editor: As our beautiful fall season comes to an end with falling leaves, owners, particularly those with wooded and/or larger properties, are urged to place their leaves in…

Advising Against Using Third Party Suppliers To Save Money: Cheap Power Is Dirty Power

To the Editor: It has recently been reported that West Windsor has hired an energy agent to evaluate purchasing electricity from a Third Party Supplier in an attempt to save…

None of the Current School Board Candidates Is Addressing High, Increasing School Costs

To the Editor: The most important vote in the upcoming election for Princeton residents is at the bottom of the ballot. That is, choosing school board members. Why? Property taxes in Princeton…