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Highlight of “Reach for the Stars” Testimonials for Bridge Academy

To the Editor, On behalf of the students, faculty, staff, and parents of The Bridge Academy I would like to thank the Princeton, Lawrenceville, and Hopewell community businesses that supported…

Not All Parents Think the HiTOPS Approach to Sex Education Valuable

To The Editor: Recently, in an article about the Princeton Half-Marathon, from which HiTOPS, an adolescent health organization, will benefit, Princeton Borough Mayor, Yina Moore, was quoted as saying, “If…

“Not In Our Town” Should Take a Stand Against Other Forms of Discrimination

To the Editor: I heartily applaud “Not in Our Town” for their stand against racial discrimination (Town Topics May 2, 2012). In the future the group may wish to take a stand against other forms…

Thanks to All Those Who Made The Special Needs Prom a Success

To the Editor: I am writing to thank everyone who made the fifth Princeton Special Needs Prom such a success. Since 2008, the Princeton Recreation Department and Princeton Special Sports…

Resident in Neighborhood That Has Experienced Burglaries Appreciates Councilwoman’s Efforts

To the Editor: I am writing to thank Borough Councilwoman Heather Howard for assisting the community on the eastern end of Princeton, which recently experienced a series of burglaries. Councilwoman Howard organized a…

Residents Feel Hospital “Betrayed” Community in Choosing Avalon Bay

To the Editor: Princeton Hospital (Princeton HealthCare System, PHCS) must honor and fulfill its commitments to Princeton and the Witherspoon neighborhood, which it leaves behind next week. So far it…

Avalon Bay’s Proposed Overall Size, Height, Length, Compared to Community Buildings

To the Editor; As the development of the Princeton hospital site moves forward — re: recent Borough Council approval to amend MRRO zone as requested by the developer AvalonBay —…

Some Reasons Why Light Rail Use Of the Right of Way Is the Right Way

To the Editor: Recent news coverage of the Dinky issue has raised concerns in some minds about potential costs to taxpayers from efforts to preserve the Dinky right-of-way. From the…

Friends of Princeton Open Space Thanking Firefighters at Mountain Lakes

To the Editor: On behalf of the Board of Friends of Princeton Open Space (FOPOS), I write to thank all those who responded quickly and effectively to the fire that…

Happy User Praises Pilot Project Of Curbside Compost Program

To the Editor: I am a very happy user of the Princeton curbside compost program, and want to encourage all Princeton Township and Borough residents to sign on. While I…