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Renovation, Repair, Rentals, and New Violins Are Now Available From Princeton Violins LLC

Not only can Jarek Powichrowski produce beautiful music on the violin, he also restores, repairs, and makes the instrument. Owner of Princeton Violins LLC at 4444 Main Street (Route 27)…

Boutique-Style B+B Hair Color Studio Has New Location on Witherspoon Street

Color is the key. In the hair industry today, it’s all about color. It is the major focus of nearly all salons. “Hair color is a total fashion statement today,”…

Question of the Week: “Do you think the plan for the hospital site is a good or bad idea?”

Stephen: “I’m not happy with the current plan that I saw on the website. It looks like Princeton is in transition to a small city instead of a nice town.”…

Princeton Community Housing Operates 465 Affordable Rentals, With a Waiting List of 900

To the Editor: Once again the Planning Board has an important decision to make that will greatly affect our town. AvalonBay proposes to replace the empty hospital site with residences.…

AvalonBay’s Financial Impact On School System Should Be Properly Analyzed Before Construction

To the Editor: The AvalonBay development of 280 units will undoubtedly have a major impact on the surrounding neighborhood in all sorts of ways, many of which we can’t yet…

AvalonBay Should Add Public Archway For Building 2 and Utilize Solar Power

To the Editor: AvalonBay could do two things to make its development proposal much more palatable to a public that finds Plan B woefully massive, monolithic in scale, and noncompliant…

Brick Farm Market — The Food You Want From The Farmer You Know

Brick Farm Market has recently opened for business at 65 East Broad Street in Hopewell. Robin and Jon McConaughy have a mission: healthy eating, humane treatment of farm animals, environmental…

Blue Moon Acres Farm Market in Pennington Offers Certified Organic Produce and More

“Something this good comes along once in a blue moon!” says Jim Lyons, with a smile. Describing the origin of his Blue Moon Acres Farm and Blue Moon Acres Farm…

Compare Size of Marketfair’s Residence Inn With the Largest of AvalonBay’s Five Buildings

  To the Editor: Where can Princeton residents go to see a building similar in scale to the largest of the five AvalonBay buildings submitted to the Planning Board for…

AvalonBay Should Embrace the Future By Including a Composting Program

  To the Editor: AvalonBay should have a composting program in its proposed development — a win-win situation for everyone. With composting, AvalonBay would pay $65/ton to haul organic food…