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Connie Mercer, HomeFront Founder and Director Is Deeply Committed to Helping the Homeless

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed that’s the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead Nowhere is this sentiment realized more fully than…

The Shoe Buckle, Long-time Hightstown Favorite Offers Upscale Selection of Quality Footwear

Fine footwear for men and women, with a special focus on ladies shoes, is featured at The Shoe Buckle, located at 106 Mercer Street in Hightstown. This long-time popular store…

Jammin’ Crêpes, New Nassau Street Favorite, Offers Homemade Savory and Sweet Crêpes

Customers are singing the praises of Jammin’Crêpes, the new restaurant at 20 Chambers Street (entrance on Nassau Street). Just opened in October, the restaurant/cafe is already attracting a loyal clientele.…

Ommie’s Mini Boutique at Chelsea Crimpers Is the New “Little Store for Little Ones”

Something new has arrived at the Chelsea Crimpers Salon at 44 Spring street, and customers are loving it! An adorable children’s boutique fits snugly in a special section of the…

Windows, Doors, Decks, and Cabinetry Are Featured At the Hamilton Building Supply Company Showroom

Not many independent companies today can boast a 90-year-old history. Such firms are few and far between on the business scene, and becoming more so, as Big Box stores and…

Celebrating Courtney Banghart’s Success As Princeton Women’s Basketball Coach

To the Editor: I have been watching Princeton University women’s basketball games for over 20 years. When I go to a Princeton University sporting event, I always have a burning…

Teachers Dropping After-School AP Review Sessions Should Not Be a Bargaining Chip

To the Editor: We Princetonians are justifiably proud of our schools and students. We find the current impasse between the teacher’s union and the school board regrettable. This letter does…

On 50th Anniversary of McCarter’s Music Series Bill Lockwood’s “Remarkable Achievement” Honored

To the Editor: On Tuesday night, November 18, McCarter friends and family marked the 50th anniversary of the Music Series with a sold-out concert by the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra,…

Bill Scheide Remembered for His Work As Civil Rights Commissioner for 20 Years

To the Editor: I am writing to pay tribute to William H. Scheide …. Kudos for a life well lived in service to others. I was appointed executive director of…

Reader Asks Town Topics to Correct Caption to Image Showing Fall Foliage in “Institute Woods”

To the Editor This is to correct some information stated recently in Town Topics regarding the Institute Woods. The IAS Woods was NOT a gift to the community from the IAS,…