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Bierman will be an independent leader

Dear Editor, It’s a crowded field this year given the latest crop of would-be candidates who are flexing their citizenship muscles as they try to position themselves as ‘the best one’ for the job of ‘running things’...

Vote for Niedergang in the Democratic party primary

On Tuesday, the 5th of June, registered Democrats will vote in the Primary Election to select the two Democrats who will stand for election to Princeton Council. The six candidates vying for these two seats on Council have participated in two...

Michelle Pirone Lambros strikes the right balance 

“Preserving our past…..shaping our future” is Michelle’s mantra and I believe she will deliver on both fronts. Michelle has a family history with Princeton dating back 100 years and this gives her a unique perspective on what...

Niedergang a hard worker

To the Editor: We are writing to express our strong support for Eve Niedergang for Council. We have known Eve for a number of years as a frequent volunteer with local Democratic campaigns. Over the last couple of years, we have gotten to know her...

Williamson understands what smart growth means

To the Editor: I am writing to express my strong support for Dwaine Williamson for the Princeton Municipality Council in the upcoming primary elections. I’d like to highlight a qualification of Mr. Williamson’s that goes beyond the...

Pirone Lambros knows how to get things done

Dear Editor: I am writing to endorse Michelle Pirone Lambros for Princeton Council.  I have known Michelle all her life and know her to be someone who has the ability to execute on her goals and get things done. When Michelle pursued her master’s...

Niedergang committed to social justice

To the Editor: I am writing to support Eve Niedergang for Princeton Council. I first met Eve when our children attended Riverside Elementary School together. I found her to be intelligent and organized, but more importantly, a parent and later PTO...

Bierman dedicated to addressing Princeton’s challenges

I am writing to endorse Adam Bierman for the June 5th Democratic primary for a seat on the Princeton Council. A Princeton native, Adam has acquired a great deal of experience working with local politics. Also, as a member of the PCDO, Princeton...

Niedergang a team player

To the Editor: We are delighted to endorse Eve Niedergang’s candidacy for Princeton Council. We have both known Eve for many years as friend and volunteer colleague. Through our commitment to the Friends of the Princeton Public Library, we...

Niedergang was a successful PTO leader

Dear Fellow Princetonians, I am writing to endorse Eve Niedergang for Princeton Council. I’ve known Eve since I was co-president of the Riverside Elementary School PTO from 2003-2005 and I found in Eve a person who was willing to pitch in and...

Niedergang a strong advocate for the environment

To the Editor: I’d like to talk about the environmental qualifications of Eve Niedergang, who is running for Princeton Council in the June 5 primary election. I myself am a member of the Princeton Environmental Commission, and serve as the...

Newspaper ad supporting bond referendum lacks transparency

To the Editor: I wonder who paid for the ad in last week’s Town Topics supporting the school bond referendum? State law requires a group of two or more individuals acting jointly to promote the passage of a public question, and expecting to raise or...

Help CASA: Become a volunteer advocate for children

Dear Editor: By the time you finish reading this, more than 30 cases of child abuse will be reported to authorities nationwide. By the end of today, that number will swell past 9,000. Four of those children will die at the hands of their abuser. All...

Niedergang ready to tackle difficult issues

To the Editor: As a Princeton resident and local businessman, the upcoming Council race really matters to me.  I have known Eve Niedergang for more than a decade and she is someone who I deeply admire. I consider her a champion of progressive causes...

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Tue 11

West Windsor Arts Center Off the Wall Affordable Art Show

November 5 @ 10:00 am - December 21 @ 6:00 pm
Tue 11

Domestic, Houses & Landscapes. Selections from the work of Catherine Opie

November 19, 2018 @ 5:30 pm - January 11, 2019 @ 5:30 pm
Tue 11

Festival of Trees

November 21, 2018 @ 10:00 am - January 6, 2019 @ 4:00 pm
Tue 11

Joy In The Everyday

November 29, 2018 - March 25, 2019