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Princeton’s African American Community Should Be Remembered Every Month 

To the Editor: I was pleased to see the African American community of Princeton recognized for Black History Month, even though this community has been a vital part of Princeton…

Hoping Readers Will Support Organization That Supports Those Who Are Grieving

To the Editor: My father died when I was 10, and it was a very lonely, awkward, and painful time for me. I am writing this letter in the hope…

Two Residents Disagree With the Decision To Dismiss Animal Control Officer Johnson

To the Editor: Longtime Princeton residents, my husband and I have called upon Mark Johnson a number of times and he has always come through for us — a dead…

As Climate Change Challenges Contentment, It Offers Angst From Which to Forge Comedy

To the Editor: This Friday, an unlikely couple will meet at the local library: climate change and comic cabaret. This is not the sort of comedy that makes light of…

The Dying Wish of a Mazda MPV Is for Drivers to Read Naomi Klein

To the Editor: Maz Hulk, beloved Mazda MPV born in 2002, died directly in front of Princeton Honda on Route 206 last Thursday. Its caretaker, Laura Hawkins, walked into the…

Three Suggestions From Experts in the Field On the Issue of Bike Lane Ordinances, Parking

To the Editor: In the article, “Advocates of Cycling Weigh Council’s Decision To Table Bike Ordinance” [page one, March 4], those interviewed seemed sincerely motivated to make life better not…

Comments Offered for the Consideration Of Those Asking for Horizontal Drilling

To the Editor: Having read the comments presented in opposition to the proposed pipeline, I offer these comments for consideration. I would caution those that are asking for horizontal drilling…

McCarter Theatre Center Proud to Host Americans With Disabilities Panel, Event

To the Editor: On behalf of the Board and staff of McCarter Theatre Center, I would like to thank the panelists and our local non-profit groups’ colleagues who participated in…

Comments at Energy Regulatory Commission Hearing Thoroughly Discredit Pipeline Proposal

To the Editor: Many of the Sourland Conservancy’s board members attended the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s Scoping Hearings in New Jersey. One board member, Jim Amon, struggled to identify the…

Asking Support for Bill Imposing Moratorium On Light Wood Frame Construction in N.J.

To the Editor: As concerned residents, we are following up on Susan Jefferies’s excellent letter [“Whole Industries Are Lobbying Against Safety Standards That Would Make Fires Less Likely,” Mailbox, Feb. 25],…