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Cake It Up Custom Couture Cake Stands Offers Unique Display for Special Events

“Everyone is saying this is such a great idea, and thank goodness it’s here!” Beth Carnevale, founder of Cake It Up, LLC, is delighted by the response to her new…

Council Decision Approving Avalon Bay Density Ignores Community Opposition

To the Editor: The Princeton Borough Council’s decision at its February 28 meeting approving the request by the developer AvalonBay to increase the density of the Hospital site was given…

A Call for Planning Board and Borough Council To Uphold the Goals of Amended Master Plan

To the Editor: I am dismayed that the Borough Council decided to introduce an ordinance: (1) permitting additional density on the hospital site without understanding the impacts to a consolidated…

Bryn Mawr-Wellesley Book Sale Weathered Storm Thanks to Donors

To the Editor: With gratitude, the Bryn Mawr-Wellesley Book Sale salutes the Princeton Community. When Hurricane Irene did serious water damage to our book supply, we put out a plea…

Pi Day, Geek Freak Co-Founders Are Grateful for a Weekend to Remember

To the Editor: We, the co-founders of Pi Day Princeton and Geek Freak Weekend, wish to express our sincerest gratitude to everyone who helped make this year’s festivities a huge…

Princeton Republican Committee Seeking Potential Candidates for Mayor, Council

To the Editor: Do you believe, as I do, that ever-increasing Princeton property taxes and elected officials pursuing their own agendas are negatively impacting the quality of life in Princeton? Have…

PCDO Urged to Consider Qualifications Of Three New Candidates for New Council

To the Editor: The Democratic Party has ten people who have expressed interest in serving on the new council in 2013. Of those that are running some have previously served on…

Kevin Wilkes Offers His Qualifications For Leading A New, Unified Princeton

To the Editor: In Princeton, we have the opportunity to select the individual who will best lead our entire community toward a new, unified Princeton. We have the opportunity to…

“What is your favorite part of being a Girl Scout?” (Asked at Saturday’s 100th Birthday Celebration)

“My favorite part is the way you can help people and the environment.” —Ana Rodriguez, Lawrenceville Sarah: “Going on the camping trips and getting badges.” Anushka: “Having fun with friends…

Helping Clients Work Through Problems Is The Mission of Karyn Bristol, LCSW

It’s an intense world today. Texting, tweeting, e-mailing — everyone is wired up, geared up, and constantly connected. The technology is so all-pervasive that one has to make a determined…