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Mayor, Council, Human Services Commission Praised for Making Wage Ordinance a Reality

To the Editor: “A day’s work for a day’s pay” — this is a basic American idea. We all believe it and now it is law in Princeton. I am…

Resident Offers Clarification in Response To Characterization of Remarks to Council

To the Editor: The following points are in response to the characterization of what I said at the July 28 Council meeting as reported in the July 30 Town Topics…

Union Member Says Public Should Know Unions Donate Members’ Money to Politicians Without Their Permission 

To the Editor: It was amazing to read the story on page one of the July 30 issue [“Princeton is First To Push Legislation On Political Corruption”] and see absolutely…

Question of the Week: “Is there an antique car or a car in your past you consider your all-time favorite and where do you like to go for a Sunday drive? (Asked at Friday’s Antique Car event at Morven)

“A Studebaker from 1927.  We own one and keep it at our home in Narragansett, Rhode Island.  Every Sunday we drive it and go get ice cream.  My wife Heather…

Spotlight on Summer Shopping and Fall Trends As Princeton Stores Offer Sales and Events

The spotlight is still on summer shopping, but fall fashion is on the horizon, to, as the Princeton stores offer an array of styles and choices. In addition, sales, promotions,…

PREA Notes That PPS Board of Education Is Once Again Spreading Misinformation

To the Editor: The Princeton Regional Education Association (PREA) negotiations team needs to correct misinformation presented to the public by the Princeton Public Schools (PPS) Board of Education (BOE). At…

Without Equitable Facilities, We Are Failing In A Fundamental Aspect Of Bicycle Advocacy 

To the Editor: Regarding John Frederick’s letter to the editor  [“No Effort Seems to Be Spent on Impressing Local Cyclists With Their Responsibilities,” Mailbox, July 16], one could easily argue…

Princeton International School of Mathematics and Science Looks Forward to Starting Second School Year in the Fall

The love of learning is celebrated at the Princeton International School of Mathematics and Science (PRISMS). Located at 19 Lambert Drive, former site of the American Boychoir, the school recently…

Affordable, Reliable Maintenance and Repair From Lawrenceville Budget Paving Company

If your driveway is beginning to take on a grayish tinge, and telltale cracks and weeds are visible, it’s probably time to consider a re-do! Glenn Layendecker, owner of Budget…

Question of the Week: “What types of businesses should move into the Princeton Shopping Center?”

“I‘d like to see a Gamestop in the Princeton Shopping Center. I’m 18 and I think a lot of guys my age would agree with that. Sometimes getting to something…