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Under Direction of Captain Sutter,КPPD Can Continue To Be a Force for Healthy Police-Community Relations

To the Editor: We write to voice our support for Nick Sutter, Officer in Charge of the Princeton Police Department. Recently, Captain Sutter requested the opportunity to meet with the…

Historical Society Move to Updike Farm Could Be Significant Loss for Downtown

To the Editor: The Historical Society of Princeton has announced its plan to move from Bainbridge House on Nassau Street to the Updike Farmstead on Quaker Road. The move to…

Hit ‘n’ Run and Fal-Rooney Sports Camps Offer Wide Array of Programs and Activities

A co-ed day camp experience is available year-round from Johnny Rooney’s Sports Camp Academies. A safe, structured environment gives children the opportunity to enhance their athletic skill and compete while…

Question of the Week: “What signs of spring have you noticed?”

Liz: “I was hoping there would be more, but you are starting to see more green already.” Joe: “I’ve actually seen daffodils and things like that in our garden so…

Claim of Tea Party Tactics Without Evidence Seems a Tea Party Tactic

To the Editor: I like to be an informed voter, but the letters to the editor about the Princeton Council election have left me not only confused about the realities behind…

With PCDO Event Looming, Bernie Miller Is Stellar Candidate in the Group of Three

To the Editor, The PCDO-sponsored event at which residents of Princeton will have an opportunity to hear all the candidates for the open Town Council positions give presentations about their…

We Need a Council That Can Work Together While Having Constructive Disagreements

To the Editor: My experience with company mergers has taught me that expectations are high going in, then reality settles in and in order to move a company forward you…

For Voters in June 3 Primary, Party Affiliation Forms Must be Received by Clerk Before April 9

To the Editor: Given that Princeton is basically a one-party town, the only opportunity residents will have to make a contested choice for Princeton Council will be through the Democratic…

The Process May Be Messy But Is Preferable To Anything Stage Managed Behind the Scenes

To the Editor: I have been gratified to read the many letters to the editor from local Democrats, in support of candidates for Princeton Council. Most of the letters have…

Divisiveness, Dysfunction Cost Time, Money and Staff Morale

To the Editor: We have three very passionate people running for two open positions. So the question is how to select two out of the three. One of the hopes…