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Police Dept. Contract With University Needs More Involvement by Elected Representatives

To the Editor: Under pressure from the press, Princeton’s police department has released a redacted version of a recent contract between the department and Princeton University’s Department of Public Safety…

Visiting From England, Rider Graduate’s Parents Encounter Extortionate Cab Fare

To the Editor: I am writing this email as a recent visitor from England to the Princeton area. My husband and I stayed at the Inn at Glencairn as our…

Spectacular Performance by Lustig Dancers At McCarter Was Worthy of Larger Audience

To the Editor: On Saturday night, June 8, I attended a spectacular performance by the Lustig Dance Theatre at McCarter as part of the 2013 Princeton Festival. Graham Lustig, artistic…

Question of the Week: “What do you like best about the town of Princeton?” (Asked during the Princeton University P-Rade)

“Strictly speaking, I suppose Princeton is a suburb, but it doesn’t feel like one. Because of our diverse community and the overwhelming number of activities, especially when the University is…

A Message From VRS Community Center, A Grass Roots Group of Concerned Citizens

To the Editor: Many people know about Valley Road School being named by Preservation N.J. as one of the 10 Most Endangered Historic Places in New Jersey. And many of…

Trinity’s “Community Supported Restaurant” Offers Meals “For What You Can Afford to Pay”

To the Editor: One Table Café is a “Community Supported Restaurant” welcoming people from widely diverse backgrounds to share an evening of wonderful food, friends, goodwill, and entertainment — all…

AvalonBay’s Plan Complies With Allowed Density; It’s Neither Legal nor Fair to Change the Rules Now

To the Editor: Recent letters objecting to the proposed AvalonBay development focus on the density. The writers complain that 280 units will overwhelm the surrounding neighborhood and cause traffic problems…

Mayor, Council’s Pay Raise Rationale Disputed By a Candidate Who Pledges Not to Take One

To the Editor: The mayor and Princeton Council gave themselves a 33 percent pay raise this year on the grounds that a raise would ensure that more candidates would run…

Runner in Homefront’s 5 Kilometer Race Thankful for Chance to Show Appreciation

To the Editor: As a runner in Homefront’s five kilometer race, I know I speak not only for myself but for the many other participants in the June 2 event,…

Popular Regent Floor Covering in Pennington Is Marking Its 50th Anniversary Celebration

Family businesses are not the norm these days. Once upon a time, such independently-owned operations dotted the retail landscape. Now it is a tribute to the outstanding reputation, knowledge, and…