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A Valentine’s Message for McCaffrey’s: Thank You for Being So Easy to Love.

To the Editor: Everybody loves somebody and I love McCaffrey’s. Their generosity to our community is never ending. From their most recent Valentine’s Day food drive all the way back…

Board’s Past President Says Members Are Acting in Best Interests of Parents

To the Editor: When I spoke at the February 3 meeting of the Princeton Board of Education, I spent too much of my five minutes on labor negotiations and too…

Responding to Former Board of Education President Tim Quinn’s Statement About Contract Negotiations

To the Editor: I would like to thank former Board of Education President Tim Quinn for beginning a conversation with the public about recent contract negotiations with teachers. It is…

Co-Recipients of the Sustainable Princeton Award Spreading the Word About Curbside Composting

To the Editor: As co-recipients of the recent award [“Leadership Awards Recognize Efforts of Environmentalists,” page 1, Feb 4], we want to thank Sustainable Princeton and take the opportunity to…

Giving Cyclists a Proper Place С a Bike Path Or Lane С Makes the Road Safer for Everyone

To the Editor: There are many excellent reasons to encourage cycling in Princeton: less traffic congestion, independent mobility for those who don’t drive (our children among them), lower carbon emissions, and…

Why Grant Special Dispensation To Limited Audience of Bike Riders?

To the Editor: I’m going to add my voice against the notion that bike lanes, specifically ones that would remove parking on Hamilton Avenue, are a benefit to the community.…

Bringing to Light Some Positive Role Models Living in Princeton

To the Editor: As any psychologist knows, the prevalent presentation of bad news, as from bad behavior and crime in the media, can result in copy-cat crime. As is equally…

Artistic Director of McCarter Theatre Thanks Librarians for Mandela Read-In

To the Editor: On Thursday night, January 8, McCarter Theatre Center partnered with three area libraries to offer the “Unrelenting Voices Read-In: A Celebration of Freedom, Justice, Mandela and More.” Community…

Lights and Bells on Bikes Should Now Be Mandatory

To the Editor, Automobiles and bicycles are vehicles. Automobiles must have lights, horns, license plates, and bumpers. Let’s settle for just lights and bells on bikes – which many had,…

Hamilton Street Resident Calls for Mayor, Council To Reconsider “Ill-Advised” Plan for Bike Lanes

Editor’s Note: The following letter is addressed to Mayor Lempert and members of the Council. My husband and I have been proud homeowners at 278 Hamilton Avenue for the past…