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A Five-Step Method for Steering Princeton Through Consolidation’s Uncharted Waters

To the Editor: The task force to be charged with making recommendations to implement consolidation of Princeton Borough and Township is getting off to a slow start, partly because of…

Thoughts On What Might Have Been Had Battlefield Become a Gettysburg

To the Editor: Let us think about the Princeton that might have been had the partisans of expansion of the Battlefield Park prevailed almost two hundred years ago. In 1825…

More Letters For and Against Institute Plan to Build Housing Near Battlefield

To the Editor: I write concerning the tempest that has arisen over the modest and thoughtful plans of the Institute for Advanced Study to provide additional housing for its faculty…

“What does the YWCA mean to you?” (Asked at the YWCA’s 90th Birthday Bash.)

Menna: “Family gathering together as a community for good causes.” Chelsea Newton: “A place where families can go to come together.” Chelsea Pierre: “Strengthening individuals, empowerment, being together trying to…

$85K From Church & Dwight To Friends Food Bank

The Mercer Street Friends Food Bank received a year-end corporate gift of $75,000 from Princeton-based corporation Church & Dwight Co., as well as a $10,000 grant from the company’s Employee…

Dance for Parkinson Class At PDT Studio

The fourth 16-week series of classes, Princeton Dance for Parkinson, will be held January 18-February 22 from 1-2:15 p.m. at the Princeton Dance and Theatre Studio in Forrestal Village. Classes…

“What is your New Years Resolution?”

“To be neater this year; keep a tidy house.” —Claire, Benjamin (center), and David Kahn, Princeton “To ride my bike more often and collect more Legos.” —Liam Caswell-Klein, Princeton “Try…

Opponent of Institute Housing Points Out That Einstein and Others Lived Off Grounds

To the Editor: Testimony at the recent Planning Board hearings leaves little doubt that a significant part of the Battle of Princeton was fought on and around the spot where…

Making a Case for Kids Having Cell Phones At School, Plus Some Advice for Parents

To the Editor: My 11-year-old cousin in China has a cell phone with only four buttons: “Mom,” “Dad,” “Home,” and “Police.” Our school does not allow kids to use cell…

HomeFront Thanks Everyone Who Embodied The Christmas Spirit for Low-Income Families

To the Editor: Now that the rush of the holidays is over, it’s the perfect time to reflect on the caring, kindness, and generosity of a multitude of congregations, corporations,…