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Evidence Shows That All Cancer Patients Should Have Access to Cannabis Medicine

To the Editor: Regarding the article about treating lung cancer with cannabis [“IAS Professor’s ‘Adventures in Potland’ In Search of Treatment for Lung Cancer,” Topics of the Town, Dec, 24].…

Princeton Can Afford to Do Better For the PRS Food Service Workers

To the Editor: Food service workers in Princeton Public Schools make only about $9 an hour. Their paid holidays have been taken away, along with paid sick days and paid…

County Executive Encouraged by Support For Non-Binding Plastic Bag Referendum

To the Editor: In the recent November General Election, more than 27,000 Mercer County residents voted in support of a county measure aimed at helping our environment by reducing our…

Scrumptious Baked-To-Order Specialties Are Available from LilliPies Local Bakery

Everyone loves apple pie! And everyone is talking about LilliPies, the baked-to-order pastries that come in assorted flavors (apple and more!), sizes, and specialties. Chef/owner Jen Carson operates LilliPies, formerly…

Holly Hedge Wedding and Event Business Also Offers Bed & Breakfast Accommodations

History is in evidence at Holly Hedge, the bed and breakfast inn and event venue just outside of New Hope. “The main building dates to the late 1700s, when it…

Fine Jewelry Appraisals and Consulting Offered by Area Firm, Fiabane & Kroh

It is very personal, and its value can be measured on many levels. Perhaps it is a treasured piece passed down from a great-grandmother, or a specially-designed engagement ring just…

AP Teachers at PHS Say Writing of College Recommendation Letters Will Not Stop

To The Editor: This letter is written to address the two major concerns raised in last week’s letter to the editor [“Teachers Dropping After-School AP Review Sessions Should Not be…

Congress Is Hatching “Sneak Attack” By Cutting Current Retirees’ Pensions

To the Editor: So suddenly we are reading reports in the news that Congress is hatching a “lame duck sneak attack” to keep multi-employer pensions solvent by cutting current retirees’…

35-Year Residents Say Mayor, Council Ignore Request for Meeting on Concerns

To the Editor: The mayor has boasted about the Council’s responsiveness to citizens’ concerns. Maybe some citizens. Our property, which borders on the Russell Estates buffer area, has been seriously…

A New Wrinkle on Washington’s Crossing As Rural Hessians Mount Surprise Attack

To the Editor: Ms. Arntzenius omitted the best part of the story, at least as legend has it, about Sinjin (St. John) Terrell’s early crossing re-enactments (“Rehearsal for Washington’s Christmas…