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Opinion: A pedestrian-only Witherspoon Street allows for community building

In light of the unprecedented events of 2020, there is a renewed interest in reconsidering how lives are lived and how we commune as...

LOOSE ENDS 11/27: Outdoor Dance Performance

By Pam Hersh The Nutcracker, the thrilling ballet set to Tchaikovsky’s magnificent score, has been a joyful element of my Christmas season for nearly every...

Opinion: Thanksgiving is a time to build memories

"We gather together to ask the Lord's blessing." I enjoy all the holidays when the family gathers together. But, Thanksgiving is special. It isn’t only...
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Opinion: Libraries occupy valued and important center of community life

Congratulations to three libraries in the16th Legislative District - the Hunterdon County Library in Flemington, the Montgomery Township Library Branch of the Somerset County...

Program provides support services to those dealing with challenges related to COVID-19

By Robert Kley More than one-third of New Jersey adults surveyed by the National Center for Health Statistics and Census Bureau from April 23 through...

Opinion: Area resident disappointed in Princeton council’s treatment of discussion about Columbus Day

On Sept. 30 I was before the Town Council of Princeton. I would like to clarify that I am not a resident of Princeton....

SOLUTIONS 11/20: Looking Ahead

By Huck Fairman The last week in New Jersey has seen beautiful, summer-like days with blue skies and temperatures in the 70s. Many have ventured...

LOOSE ENDS 11/20: Landau’s and the history of Lindy

By Pam Hersh For kids growing up in Princeton in the 1980s and 1990s, a highlight of Princeton’s Nassau Street scene was Lindy. Everyone loved...

LOOSE ENDS 11/13: Rent Parties

By Pam Hersh In this time of high angst over the state of our democracy, job security, fiscal resources, housing insecurity/potential eviction, and, of course,...
PHOTO COURTESY OF PRINCETON MOBILE FOOD PANTRY

Princeton Mobile Food Pantry thanks supporters, seeks additional donations

The Princeton Mobile Food Pantry (PMFP) is a grassroots organization that has operated in various forms since 2010. In 2017, we established a partnership with...

SOLUTIONS 10/30: Artwork inspires us to take action to protect water bodies

By Huck Fairman As most readers are aware, man's activity, and particularly his emissions from fossil fuel usage, are warming the earth - the atmosphere,...

Opinion: Members of Princeton Community Housing thank the late Marvin Reed for his contributions

We, the Boards of Trustees of Princeton Community Housing Development Corp and Princeton Community Housing (PCH), join with the larger community to mourn the...

LOOSE ENDS 10/30: Tay Walker: YWCA Princeton’s new executive director

By Pam Hersh Tay Walker never just wanted a job. She sought a job that consumed her thoughts morning, noon and night, a job that...

Opinion: Behrend’s character can be trusted

My husband and I would like to go on record for our wholehearted support of Beth Behrend's re-election to the Princeton Board of Education. Serving...

Opinion: Skill, Integrity, Leadership – Michele Tuck-Ponder for Princeton BOE

This race for the Board of Education in Princeton is about competence, integrity and proven leadership. We need people on the board who consistently...

LOOSE ENDS 10/23: Marvin Reed

By Pam Hersh I had emailed renowned New Jersey political analyst Ingrid Reed about the Princeton Adult School/Princeton Public Library’s free, upcoming lectures that Ingrid...

Opinion: Behrend, Tuck-Ponder have a record of working toward equity

This year, the school board will face essential decisions for the future direction of our schools - most importantly, the selection of our next...

Opinion: School board incumbents address what they deem to be misinformation circulating around Princeton

As citizen volunteers elected to the Board of Education, it has been an honor to represent you in ensuring that our children receive an...
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