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The Institute’s Amended Plan for Faculty Housing Deserves Support of Community, Planning Board

To the Editor: For many years the Institute for Advanced Study has been a responsible and public-spirited steward of its lands. Indeed, the preservation of the site of the Princeton…

With Primary Over, Mayor Lempert Urges Council To Move On to Focus on Challenges, Opportunities

To the Editor: I want to congratulate my colleagues, Bernie Miller and Jo Butler, for their victories last Tuesday. And I want to thank Bernie, Jo, and Sue Nemeth for…

Nemeth Addresses Fellow Democrats, Congratulates Miller, Butler, Coleman

To the Editor: To my fellow Democrats, words cannot begin to express my gratitude for your spirit and support throughout the primary season in Princeton. Though we may not always…

District-by-District Voting Data Reveals Unspoken Reality of Primary Campaign

To the Editor, The most divisive event in Princeton since the Consolidation vote — is now over — thank goodness. The introduction of a “slate” of two candidates against one…

A Thank You to the Citizens of New Jersey For Helping Win Bid to Host Special Olympics

To the Editor: More than three years ago Special Olympics New Jersey was very proud to write, submit, and win the bid to host the 2014 Special Olympics USA Games…

Butler Thanks Supporters in a Primary That Has Been “A Lesson in Democracy”

To the Editor: I am delighted to be a Democratic nominee for Council in November 2014, and I want to extend my heartfelt thanks to those who supported my candidacy.…

McCarter Theatre Center Gala Benefit A Success Thanks to Steadfast Support

To the Editor: McCarter Theatre Center would like to thank the many individuals and local corporations who helped to make our Annual Gala Benefit on May 17 such a great…

Local Merchant Keeps Mishap With Key From Becoming a Major Inconvenience

To the Editor: “Support your local merchants.” It’s kind of an old cliché. In a world of mega stores and the internet some of the old adages seem to ring hollow.…

“Healthy Children, Healthy Planet” School Garden Event Aided Garden-Based Learning at Riverside

To the Editor: We would like to call attention to one of Princeton’s unique community assets: thriving school garden programs at all four public elementary schools. Through garden-based learning in…

Parkinson Alliance Thanks Princeton Community For Donations Helping Raise Awareness of PD

To the Editor: April was Parkinson’s Awareness Month and the Parkinson Alliance is grateful to area merchants and the Princeton community for two events that raised awareness of Parkinson’s disease…