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A Post-Election Letter of Congratulations And Thanks to PCDO Candidates, Others

To the Editor: I want to congratulate Jenny Crumiller and Patrick Simon on their re-election to Princeton Town Council. Congratulations also to Princeton’s own Andrew Koontz for his re-election as…

Thoughts After Attending Meeting Of the Traffic and Transit Task Force

To the Editor: At the public meeting of the task force dealing with traffic and transit issues in town, held last Saturday at the University, several attendees advanced the belief…

HiTOPS Half Marathon Made Possible Through Collaboration of Many People

To the Editor: Last Sunday HiTOPS presented the inaugural Princeton Half Marathon. We want to thank the many people and organizations that helped make this a wonderful community event for…

Thanking Supporters, Sponsors, Volunteers, All Who Attended the Arts Council’s Parade

    To the Editor: The Arts Council of Princeton would like to thank everyone who attended the Annual Hometown Halloween Parade on Sunday, October 27. It was great to…

Time to Acknowledge Hook & Ladder Fire Department’s 225th Year of Service

To the Editor: Princeton is well served by myriad volunteer organizations, many of which are recognized with official proclamations and fundraising galas replete with local news coverage. Others go about…

Congratulating Princeton on American Bicyclists’ Recent Designation as “Bike Friendly Community”

To the Editor: The Princeton Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee congratulates Princeton on its recent designation by the League of American Bicyclists as a “Bike Friendly Community” (BFC). Princeton achieved…

Courteous Execution of Complex Project A Fine Example of Government in Action

To the Editor: We would like to commend employees of the Municipality of Princeton, and their contractor, ICUNJ, for their professional and courteous service during the reconstruction of the sanitary…

Now That Borough, Township Are One, It’s Time to Review High Speed Limits

To the Editor: Now that the Borough and Township have merged into one Princeton, it is time for Princeton Council to review speed limits. Most Princeton residential streets are zoned…

Mercer Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Thanks Mistral Restaurant for Dinner

To the Editor: We would like to thank Mistral Restaurant for opening their kitchen and hearts for the annual dinner of the Mercer County Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation…

McCarter Partners With Eden, Two Others, For “Autism-Friendly” Production Oct. 23

To the Editor: On Wednesday, October 23, McCarter Theatre Center was proud to present a “relaxed” performance of The White Snake, the second play in our 2013-14 main stage theater…