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Thanks to Five Fellow Nature Lovers For Help After Mountain Lakes Fall

To the Editor: The other afternoon, I was finishing up a rejuvenating walk in the tranquil and lovely Mountain Lakes Preserve and heading up the long driveway back to the…

Former Township Mayor Plans to Run For Council, Seeks PCDO Endorsement

To the Editor: In the past few weeks I have given much thought to running for the new Princeton Council in the primary election in June. After talking through the…

Hoping That Consolidation Brings End to White Buffalo Deer Culling

To the Editor: In this era of fiscal recklessness and mismanagement, I wonder how many Princetonians are aware that tens of thousands of their hard-earned tax dollars are being squandered…

“What would Einstein think about Pi Day in Princeton and what is your favorite type of pie?”

Brian: “I think Einstein would have liked it and he would have won all the contests. My favorite pie is blueberry.” Allan: “He would think that it is ridiculous. I…

All Stars Photobooth — Where Stars Are Created Offers Photo Entertainment at Variety of Events

No one is camera shy when they see the All Stars Photobooth. It reminds everyone of the photo booth at beach arcades and in movie complexes, where you and your…

Robert Wood Johnson Bunn Drive Location Offers Patients Easy Access to Specialists

The Robert Wood Johnson Medical Group (RWJMG), the faculty practice of Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, is one of the largest multi-specialty groups in New Jersey. It is comprised of…

Borough Council Holding Meetings Earlier To Promote Better Community Engagement

To the Editor: This week, the Princeton Borough Council undertook an important reform that will promote greater public engagement in local government — we will move our meetings to an…

Historic District Declaration Restrictive Attempt To Put Most of Princeton in Bureaucratic Bell Jar

To the Editor: There is a current movement toward declaring historic districts that would cover much of Princeton. Over 50 percent of neighborhoods could be declared historic based on recent…

Record-Breaking Number Come to Frist For Annual Princeton Community Works

To the Editor: A record-breaking more than 450 enthusiastic participants attended the 14th annual Princeton Community Works at the Frist Center on the Princeton University campus on January 30. Participants…

Cost and Inconvenience of Route 1 Closure Will Be Underestimated if Done in August

To the Editor: I was happy to read that the NJDOT has agreed to postpone its experimental closing of the Harrison Street and Washington Road jug-handles on Route 1. It…