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Levelheaded, Poised, and Solution-Oriented, Liz Lempert Will Listen to All Princetonians

Dear Editor: I have had the privilege of working with Liz Lempert on Democratic Party matters and have seen first-hand the strong leadership skills she will bring as mayor of…

Quality Dealership and Quality Product Highlight Volvo of Princeton’s Concept

What is it about a Volvo? This automobile has almost unmatched customer loyalty. Once people have one, they keep it as long as possible, and then, only when necessity dictates,…

Visual Landscape Aesthetic, Harmony and Design Are Specialty of Princeton Lawn and Landscapes

Your home is your haven, and ideally, this should be reflected outdoors as well as indoors. A landscape design in keeping with the architecture of your home and the environment…

Ashton-Whyte Bed and Bath in Pennington Offers Classic Selection of Home Accessories

Ashton-Whyte in Pennington is certainly one of the most attractive stores around. Its quality items and charming displays invite customers both to browse and buy. Known especially for a classic…

Food By Dan: A Personal Chef Service Offers Affordable, Healthy Dining at Home

What’s for dinner? It’s been a long day; you get home late, you’re tired; there’s not a lot of time to prepare dinner, give the kids their bath and read…

Vote for Bond Referendum to Repair, Restore Public Schools, Playing Fields

To The Editor: I am writing to ask you to vote on Monday, September 24, in favor of the bond referendum to repair and restore the Princeton Public Schools and…

HomeFront Drive Helps Children Go To School With Their Heads Held High

To the Editor: Once again, the caring and generosity of our community has been immediate and impressive. This year, through HomeFront’s Back to School drive, 1,200 homeless or very low-income…

The Best Reason for Liz Lempert To Become Mayor Is Her Record

To the Editor: As deputy mayor of the Township, Liz Lempert has been closely involved in our town’s road to consolidation. But that’s not the best reason for her to…

Mother of Dual Language Learner Worries That Child Won’t Get Fair Shot at Education

To the Editor: I am a mother of a preschooler that folks in the linguistics and child development world call a dual language learner. Most of these children, if not…

Princeton Public Schools’ Bond Referendum Stresses Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

To the Editor: These days one can’t underestimate the element of sustainability when building maintenance issues come to the fore. The Board of Education takes this responsibility very seriously. Both…