Saturday, October 20, 2018

To the Editor: Trenton Connects

George Sowa and I connected at Greater Trenton and I offered my pro bono photography services. I also met Willard Stanback, chair of Trenton Downtown.

To the Editor: Princeton in the City’s Service?

Sadly, one institution that could have a great effect on Trenton has done very little to help it over the years: Princeton University.

To the Editor: Family Fun with SHUPP

The Board of Send Hunger Packing Princeton (SHUPP) is happy to report a successful sixth annual event.

Follow-Up From October 3 Issue

Several items that appeared in the October 3 issue warrant follow-up.

Letter to Editor: Hooray for Bollywood

On Saturday, September 22, the Arts Council of Princeton hosted the fourth annual An Evening with Bollywood event at the Princeton Shopping Center.

Brief Discussion of U.S. 1’s Online Initiatives

Now might be a good time to consider some new online U.S. 1 programs available.

Protect Pedestrians

Motorists are required to yield to pedestrians at unmarked crosswalks (no paint on the pavement), and stop and stay stopped for pedestrians in marked (painted) crosswalks.

To the Editor: Springdale’s Past

To tell the history of Springdale without discussing its segregated past dismisses the experience of many African-Americans in our community.

Monroe League of Women Voters Remind Readers of Election Law Changes

Monroe Township League of Women Voters wants to inform readers of important changes to the mail-in ballot process.

Letter: Give Third Parties a Voice and a Chance

Diversity is a beautiful word that enriches life. This November we have another election but many voices are not going to be heard.

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