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Question of the Week: “What are your favorite forms of social media?”

Olivia: “I really only have Facebook so that would be my favorite. I use it daily, and it’s nice to be able to keep in touch with friends from high…

As Town Arborist Greg O’Neil Moves On, It’s Time to Recognize His Achievements

To the Editor: Is there anyone who does not know our Arborist, Greg O’Neil? Greg is leaving us after 16 years. That is sad, but we cannot let him go…

Princeton Must Do Better and Adopt More Humane Policy for Deer Problem

To the Editor, Shame on Princeton for once again resorting to the mass killing of deer this winter! After the long-overdue dismantling of the Marchand Machine and the unifying of…

Disappointed With Results of Bag Referendum But Proud That It Passed Overwhelmingly Here

To the Editor: When President Obama was asked how he felt about the recent election results, he replied, “Democracy is messy, there are times you’re disappointed,” and “It doesn’t make…

Princeton School Gardens Cooperative Thanks Church & Dwight Employee Giving Fund

To the Editor: The Princeton School Gardens Cooperative thanks the Church & Dwight Employee Giving Fund for its continued and generous support. This donation helps enable the growth and success…

Friends of the Library “Beyond Words” Benefit Draws Record-Setting Crowd

To the Editor: On November 1, a record-setting crowd gathered to support and celebrate the Princeton Public Library at the annual Beyond Words benefit, sponsored by the Friends of the…

Proposing a Solution to Containerize Princeton’s Street Mess, Harmonize Its Compostable Exports

To the Editor: At what point do we declare the system broken? Princeton and other towns struggle to deal with compostables: leaves, brush, yardwaste, and foodwaste. Some homeowners want the…

Princeton Half Marathon Brings 1250 Runners Through Unique Neighborhoods of Princeton

To the Editor: On November 2, 1,250 runners ran a 13.1 mile course through neighborhoods and sites of Princeton. On roads and trails framed by trees of all colors, runners…

Local Chapter of Represent.Us Thanks Mayor, Others Who Attended Event

To the Editor: Our local chapter of Represent.Us wants to thank Mayor Liz Lempert and the 125 citizens who attended our event, “Pricele$$ and the Fight for Campaign Finance Reform,”…

Halter’s Cycles Offers an Array of Bicycles At New Location in the Montgomery Center

The thrill of that first bike. Almost everyone can remember the special moment when that shiny new red or blue bike arrived on the doorstep. Some of that feeling is…