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Redefy and Other Groups Assert That Princeton Does Not Tolerate Intolerance

To the Editor: Recent events have brought to light the unfortunate, prevalent, and detrimental racism that exists in our country. It is often easy to feel detached from the incidents in Ferguson, New York, and Baltimore, but…

Noting Three Significant Issues Overlooked In Council’s Discussion of Overnight Parking

To the Editor: I read with concern the past week’s front-page article “Council Weighs In On Overnight Parking” [Town Topics, May 13].The three solutions listed (“leave the boundaries as they…

Princeton Education Foundation Spring Gala Raises Almost $60,000 for Princeton Schools

To the Editor: On behalf of the Board of Trustees and the staff of the Princeton Education Foundation, I would like to thank everyone in the Princeton community who supported…

Special Thanks to Everyone for Making Princeton Special Needs Prom a Success

To the Editor: The Princeton Special Needs Prom on May 8 was our most successful yet. With attendance at over 100, it really was a FIESTA! We are grateful to…

Contrasting Two Front Page Town Topics Stories on Teacher Talks, Library Upgrade

To the Editor: Two front page stories in the May 6 issue of Town Topics, one describing the negotiating breakdown between the Board of Education (BOE) and teachers’ union (PREA)…

Enacting a Charge on Single-Use Bags Can Decrease Their Use 60-90 Percent

To the Editor: In November, Princeton residents voted in favor of considering a charge on single-use bags as part of a Mercer County voter sentiment referendum. The idea of that…

In a “Community of Porches,” Some Reasons To Save 31-33 Lytle Street and Its Lovely Porch

To the Editor: Princeton Council is considering demolishing 31-33 Lytle Street, in the heart of the Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood. Say “No” to Council: no demolition. The lovely porch (1870-1880), which retains…

Dorothea’s House Hosts Discussion Of Verdi’s Adaptation of “Macbeth” 

To the Editor: Dorothea’s House once again demonstrated on Sunday, May 3, why it’s such a bright star in Princeton’s cultural firmament. In its unique role of furthering the understanding and appreciation…

Not in Our Town (NIOT) Thanks Those Who Contributed to Success of Stand Against Racism

To the Editor: An event that began eight years ago in Princeton and Trenton — demonstrations for Stand Against Racism day — grew exponentially and is now the signature campaign…

In Spirit of Communiversity, “Fired-Up” Event Pairs Painting with History of Fire Department

To the Editor, Each year the Arts Council of Princeton’s (ACP) Communiversity brings the Community and University members together to celebrate the things we love about our town. This year…