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After 58 Years in Princeton Lewin Family Says Goodbye and Thanks to Friends and Neighbors

To the Editor, After 58 years, the Lewin family is saying good-bye to Princeton, and we have a lot of thanks to convey. To our many wonderful friends and neighbors,…

No State Agency Should Have the Power to Curtail Princeton’s Explicit Desire for a Diverse Community

To the Editor: Princeton’s fundamental commitment to 20 percent affordable housing — our identity and our citizens’ values — has been law and public policy since 1986. Our commitment is…

Trenton Country Club Offers Rich History Along With Sports and Social Amenities

History is alive and well at the Trenton Country Club. At the same time, the club is current, contemporary, and up-to-date. Established in 1897, it is located at 201 Sullivan…

Compassionate Personalized Medical Care, Including House Calls, From Pamela Barton, MD

Individuals of a certain age may remember when the doctor actually came to the house. Perhaps to treat a child’s ear ache or stomach ache, a dad’s bronchitis, a mom’s…

Question of the Week: “What is your favorite way to eat blueberries?” (Asked Saturday at the Blueberry Bash at Terhune Orchards)

Andrew: “Blueberry pie, absolutely.” Angela: “Blueberry muffins.” Ava: “By picking them and eating them.” Alexa: “I like blueberry muffins.” Adriana: “I like to eat them just like Ava.” —Andrew and…

AARP Communications Director to Verizon: “Save Our Landlines, Save Our Lifelines”

To the Editor, Imagine this. The roads in your town were all washed away by a major flood. Rather than fix them, your town decides to “upgrade” the way people…

Concerned by Decision That Small Game Officer Is No Longer Responsible for Removing Raccoons

Editor’s note: The following letter is addressed to Mayor Lempert and Council members. After living in our lovely town for 40 years, I learned of a new situation in consolidated…

Marconi’s Daughter Visits Dorothea’s House About Restoration of Father’s Home in Bologna

To the Editor: In a memorable event on June 29, Dorothea’s House hosted the charming Princess Elettra Marconi Giovanelli, the daughter of Guglielmo Marconi, the “Father of Radio” and developer…

State and Princeton Municipal Law Forbids Unused Vehicle Engine Idling for More Than Three Minutes

To the Editor: This is in support of the letter from Scott Sipprelle on “Fossil-Fuel-Emitting Trucks Owned by Towns Should be Turned Off When Not in Use,” Town Topics, June…

Princeton Is Only the Second Municipality in N.J. To Reinforce Wage-Theft Laws in Local Ordinance

To the Editor: I want to thank you for your comprehensive and even-handed coverage of efforts by the Princeton Human Services Commission and the Princeton Council to address wage theft…