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Urging Princeton Zoning Board to Abide By the Intent of the Zoning Ordinance

To the Editor: Over the past dozen years, this paper has published numerous letters from Princeton residents bemoaning the building of “McMansions” in this community. Typically, the Zoning Board kept…

In an Affluent Town Dedicated to LearningTeachers Must “Fight” for a Decent Contract

To the Editor: Why must public school teachers in Princeton “fight” to receive a decent salary contract year after year? That this occurs in an affluent town dedicated to learning:…

The Trenton Children’s Chorus 25th Anniversary Committee Thanks Princeton, Trenton Communities

To the Editor: As chair of Trenton Children’s Chorus (TCC) 25th Anniversary committee, I want to thank the Princeton and Trenton communities for helping us hit a high note at…

Labyrinth Presents Reading by Mark Doty

National Book Award-Winning poet Mark Doty will be reading from his latest collection, Deep Lane: Poems (Norton $25.95) at Labyrinth Books on Wednesday, April 22, at 6 p.m. The National…

Princeton Record Exchange Celebrates Record Store Day

Princeton Record Exchange will celebrate National Record Store Day on Saturday, April 18. Doors open at 10 a.m., but customers line up much earlier than that to increase their chances…

Judy Brodsky Inducted Into NYFA Hall of Fame

The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) inducted Princeton resident Judith K. Brodsky into its Hall of Fame at its annual benefit Tuesday, April 14 at 583 park Avenue…

Mother in Labor Goes to Old UMCP, Baby Born in Car

In the early morning hours of Saturday, April 4, the squad responded to the corner of Henry Avenue and Harris Road on the report of a woman in labor in…

The Red Coats Have Landed

Though Saturday was “training day” for the British 43rd Regiment of Foot and the 4th Battalion Royal Artillery, the Red Coats appear to be taking a break adjacent to the…

NJ State Museum Director Takes on New National Role

After serving as New Jersey State Museum executive director for four years, Anthony Gardner will take on the role of vice president of community engagement at the National September 11…

Proposing a Win-Win Agreement On Power Tools and Squirrel Alarms

To the Editor: Our agreements are the only thing we humans can actually depend on. So, as a Princeton resident who lives off Nassau, I was wondering if this spring…

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