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Summer Fun for All Ages, From Tots to Retirees, Is Offered at the Very Special Nassau Swim Club

Nestled in the woods near The Institute for Advanced Study is a hidden gem. Located at the tip end of Springdale Road, Nassau Swim Club has been welcoming members for…

For Roofing, Siding, Masonry and Windows, Russell Roofing Offers Top Quality Products

A good roof over your head — that’s about as important as it gets. And when you consider this very significant investment, you certainly don’t want one that leaks or will…

Princeton Summer Theater’s 45th Season Offers Eight Weeks of Entertaining Productions

There is nothing quite like it. The planning, the preparation, building the set, the rehearsals, the lighting, the costumes, the smell of the make-up, and finally, the thrill of seeing…

Question of the Week: “What do you think about Governor Christie’s desire to hold a special election in October to fill the vacant Senate seat?”

“It’s sad that there are people who try to win elections by depressing the turnout.” —Joshua Leinsdorf, Atlantic Highlands (formerly of Princeton)   “Not a good idea to have a special…

League of Women Voters Provide Deadlines For Primary, Special Election, for U.S. Senate

To the Editor: The cost of holding two special elections for New Jersey’s Senate seat — and the importance of this election — merit a large turnout. Be sure you…

Residents Speaking for “Not in Our Town” Address Issues About the AvalonBay Plan

To the Editor: Not in Our Town (NiOT) compliments the Princeton Planning Board, Princeton Citizens for Sustainable Neighborhoods, the AvalonBay developers of the former hospital site on Witherspoon Street, and…

Reasons Why the Valley Road School Building Is a Win-Win Strategy for the People of Princeton

To the Editor: For the past three years all parties involved in the decision process to create a Community Center in the historic Valley Road School (VRS) have played a…

Some Recollections Inspired by Article On “Volare,” Vienna, and “The Third Man”

To the Editor: Stuart Mitchner’s evocative piece in Town Topics on June 5,  [“Light and Dark: Themes and Anthems for a European Tour”] really resonated with me. I was in…

Newcomers to Curbside Organic Waste Program Call It Huge Step Toward a Sustainable Princeton

To the Editor: We had pizza the other day: our usual order from the usual place. What makes this pizza meal worth writing about is that when we were done,…

Let Proposed Council Salary Increases Apply To New Members, Not Those Currently In Office

To the Editor: Our elected officials typically thank the electorate for electing them. They say it is an honor and a privilege to serve. How true. Few of the rest…