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AvalonBay Should Be Green, Not Grey LEED Is More Thorough Than Energy Star

To the Editor: Why does AvalonBay oppose LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) for Princeton? LEED is a far more thorough certification program than Energy Star. It differentiates between…

Same Great Community Spirit Remains At Shiny New Princeton Pool Complex

To the Editor: Some things should stay the same. We’re happy that the pool complex is new and shiny, but we’re happier that the same great community spirit overrides the…

Facilities, “Welcoming Decor” Important But Nursing Staff Is Backbone of Hospital

To the Editor: The recent Consumer Report safety ranking of Princeton Medical Center of 39th out of 62 New Jersey hospitals reflects the need for the hospital’s president and board…

How About Organizing a Group Membership To Keep Montgomery Cinema in Business?

To the Editor: I’m one of the fans of the Montgomery Theater and would not like to see its demise. How about doing what film groups in other cities have…

Conte’s, Longtime Princeton Pizza Favorite, Offers Full Selection and Friendly Service

The current site of Conte’s Pizzeria at 339 Witherspoon Street, was once a bocci court, says Conte’s president and owner Ciro Baldino. “The Conte family lived in the house next…

AnaJet Direct to Garment Digital Printer Offers Instant Design for Landau’s Customers

Imagine this scenario. A store opens in Jersey City in 1914, moves to Brooklyn, then relocates to Princeton in 1955, is still going strong, and is still all in the…

Question of the Week: “If you could live on any street in Princeton, which one would you choose and why?”

“Palmer Square. It’s the heart of town and close to some of my favorite restaurants.” —Jack Miller, Princeton “Linden Lane. I know a lot of people who live there. It’s…

The Family Business of A. Pennacchi & Sons The Go-to Resource for Masonry Restoration

High up on the scaffolding surrounding St. Paul’s Roman Catholic Church on Nassau Street, men are busy cleaning, waterproofing, and restoring the stone and mortar of the 56-year-old church. “It’s…

Cathryn A. Mitchell: Attorney, Advocate, Scholar Continues Long-time Princeton Area Practice

Princeton has been home to attorney Cathy Mitchell for 21 years. For much of that time, she practiced law with her husband, until three years ago when she left that…

AB’s “Botch-Up” of Master Plan, Code, Can Be Rectified by Turning to EE&K

To the Editor: The Princeton Medical Center and developer AvalonBay (AB) can still salvage a deal that will damage the Princeton community. It is doubtful that hospital leadership (or its…