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Family Footwear Marks a Milestone at Hulit’s, As Princeton Store Celebrates 85th Anniversary

There aren’t too many anymore. The friendly family home town shoe store has become a vanishing breed in many areas. Princeton is lucky to have Hulit’s Shoes, a downtown mainstay…

Question of the Week: “What was most memorable for you about Princeton’s perfect 1964 football season?” (Asked of team members as the 1964 champs were honored at Saturday’s Harvard game)

“I lettered as junior that season, thanks to somebody on our team. On Fridays, we would practice in sweatshirts with no helmets. Somebody pulled the wrong way while we were…

Question of the Week: “What are you hoping to find at the Princeton Library Book Sale?” (Question asked Saturday afternoon at the sale)

“I’m big fan of Neil Gaiman and also Haruki Murakami, I’m looking for some of their work. They have a pretty impressive selection of fiction. So I might get more…

The Apology That Wasn’t? Readers Comment On Dr. Nancy Snyderman’s Recent Remarks

Tp the Editor: I found Dr. Snyderman’s so-called apology, reprinted in last Wednesday’s Town Topics [“Snyderman Apologizes for Quarantine Breach,” Oct. 15, page one], to be interesting double-speak worthy of…

A Matter of Trust: Princeton Is Already Being Changed From Town Into Metropolis

To the Editor On Friday, Nov. 14, a symposium on the question of trust will take place at Princeton University, sponsored by the Interdisciplinary Doctorate Program in the Humanities. Among…

Congressional Candidates at Library Oct. 30 Responding to Anti-Corruption Resolution

To the Editor: Our Community will have the timely opportunity to view the award winning documentary film that shines a light on how campaign money from special interests can influence…

Volunteer Connect Thanks Award Winners For Opportunity to Recognize Their Efforts

To the Editor: VolunteerConnect honored Marge Smith, The Boys & Girls Club of Mercer County and Hill Wallack, LLP for their dedication to volunteerism in greater Mercer County. The three…

Appreciating Crossing Guards While Noting That Nassau Is the Only Street Without Any

To the Editor: On the occasion of Mayor Lempert’s joint proclamation of “International Walk to School Day and Crossing Guard Appreciation Day,” I am writing to express my deep appreciation…

Restating Some Important Questions Asked At Last Month’s Board of Education Meeting

To the Editor: At the Board of Education meeting on September 23 many community members and Princeton Public School (PPS) educators asked some very difficult questions of the Board during…

No League of Women Voters Debate With Board of Education Candidates

To the Editor: Voters, especially those who vote by mail, have been asking for information about the candidates running for the Princeton Board of Education. The League of Women Voters…