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Historic Valley Road School Building Neglected, Needs Immediate Repair

To the Editor: In recent speeches and news articles Superintendent Judy Wilson has commented that “the Valley Road Building does not need any attention; it’s been well-maintained and renovated in…

Question of the Week: “What inspires you to write new books?” (Asked of authors at the Princeton Public Library’s Children’s Book Festival)”

“Classic books that I read as a child still inspire me to this day to write new books.” —Denis Markell (Hush Little Monster) “I like stories that are compelling, that…

Question of the Week: “What are you looking forward to this school year?”

Maia: “I’m looking forward to new teachers and learning new different things. I’m excited for a whole new experience.” Lily: “I’m going to a new school that has woods and…

McCaffrey’s, Princeton’s Hometown Market, Is Celebrating Its 20th Anniversary This Month

McCaffrey’s is a favorite of Princeton shoppers. In fact, when you stop in at this popular market in the Princeton Shopping Center, you are almost certain to run into someone…

Joss & Jules Catering and Event Design Offers Food, Flavor, Presentation, and Style

A romantic dinner for two, an elegant cocktail party for 50, a wedding for 200, a backyard picnic for 20 — whatever the number of guests or the style of event,…

Terhune Road Resident Is Concerned About Drivers Exceeding Speed Limit

To the Editor: People who choose to drive through neighborhoods must obey local speed limit signs. I live on Terhune Road between Thanet Circle and Meadowbrook Drive in Princeton and…

Is Former UMC Site Uncontaminated? Public Has the Right to Know the Truth

To the Editor: I’ve read the letter recently written by attorney Aaron Kleinbaum on the Princeton Citizens for Sustainable Neighborhoods website, and I find it concerning that, although the hospital…

Additional Thoughts on Coincidence Of Hospital Move, Route 1 Closures

To the Editor: I read with interest Nancy Green’s letter in the recent Town Topics (“Faulting Hospital for the U.S. Route 1 Closures,” Mailbox, Aug. 28) in which she floats…

Route1 Experiment Leading to Risky U-Turns, Situation Dangerous, Needs Immediate Attention

To the Editor: I am writing because I have seen no media reports of problems with the US Route 1 left turn closings at Washington Road. I have been crossing…

Faulting Hospital for the US Route 1 Closures, Lack of Concern About Witherspoon Site

To the Editor Princetonians should not necessarily believe that the lack of access into Princeton is based on easing “rush” hour traffic. Remember DOT already explored the rush hour traffic dilemma…