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The Trenton Children’s Chorus 25th Anniversary Committee Thanks Princeton, Trenton Communities

To the Editor: As chair of Trenton Children’s Chorus (TCC) 25th Anniversary committee, I want to thank the Princeton and Trenton communities for helping us hit a high note at…

Proposing a Win-Win Agreement On Power Tools and Squirrel Alarms

To the Editor: Our agreements are the only thing we humans can actually depend on. So, as a Princeton resident who lives off Nassau, I was wondering if this spring…

A Stormy Night Story of the Shy Beagle Who Cheerfully Greeted Mark Johnson

To the Editor: One stormy evening, pouring rain, maybe seven years ago, I noticed two creatures running along the brush at the rear of my yard. I opened the door,…

Traditional Liège Waffles & Homemade Ice Cream Are Big Favorites at Nina’s Waffles in New Hope

Enticing aromas emerge from Nina’s Waffles at 31 West Mechanic Street in New Hope, Pa. It gets even better when you step inside! Not only are the aromas irresistible, but…

Challenging Princeton Local Government To Lower Taxes, Annual Operating Expenses

To the Editor: It is time we challenge our municipal government to reduce taxes and lower annual operating expenses. The recent “news” that taxes are going up again is disappointing,…

It’s Time to Prepare for June 2 Primary By Reviewing Procedures and Deadlines 

To the Editor: The June 2 primary election may seem far in the future, but to be sure you’re ready to vote as you choose, please review the following procedures…

Nelson Glass Company Suggests a Way To Honor Alice Kent’s 50 Years of Service

To the Editor: On November 14, 1964, Alice Kent came to work for my dad at Nelson Glass Company. Fifty years later, we wanted to find a meaningful way for Alice’s…

Friday March 13 Was a Lucky Night For People & Stories/Gente y Cuentos

To the Editor: Friday the 13th was a lucky night for People & Stories/Gente y Cuentos (P&S/G&C). Enthusiastic supporters gathered at the Nassau Club to hear celebrated poet James Richardson…

Mercer Jewish Family and Children’s Service Noting Community Support of Illumination Ball

To the Editor: On behalf of the Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Greater Mercer County (JFCS), I would like to offer my gratitude for the overwhelming community support of…

Biggest Turnout Ever for McCarter’s “Relaxed Performance” of Baskerville

To the Editor: McCarter Theatre was delighted to present a Relaxed Performance of Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery on March 18 to an audience of 427 guests. A…