Wednesday, December 12, 2018

From parking to zoning: a summary of news from around Princeton

November’s hot topic could have been parking, the election of two newcomers to the Board of Education and the imminent vote on a scaled-down budget referendum, or the police.

Letter to the Princeton Echo: Let them ride buses

I am always amazed at the number of parents driving their children to school when the school district furnishes buses for everyone.

Letter to the Princeton Echo: For ‘common ground’

Concerning the December 11 referendum, some possibly “overzealous” persons have said that people like myself, who were against the original bloated, ill conceived $137 million referendum, were “against our...

To the editor: School referendum: Con

We said we’d change the school board, and we did. In the most heated school board contest in living memory, we elected Daniel Dart, an outright critic of poorly...

To the editor: School referendum: Pro

On Tuesday, December 11, Princeton voters will be asked to approve a $26.9 million referendum to fund critical updates at all six schools. I urge voters to say yes....

From the Princeton bookshelf: Religion, Rome and Fletcher Knebel’s encore

Elaine Pagels' memoir titled “Why Religion? A Personal Story,” blends an often tragic autobiography with her concurrent exploration of early Christianity and its enduring influences on modern society.

If you’re up, get me a Camel

Americans like to say that behind every great fortune is a great crime. But that is hard for me to imagine as I walk through the bucolic Duke Farms on this sunny autumn day.

Princeton real estate recent transactions

The following listings of residential home sales are based on public records and tax files. The number in parentheses after the closing price indicates the amount it was above or below the original listing price.

Princeton Council seeking public input

Princeton Council will hold a public goal-setting meeting on Tuesday, December 4, at 7 p.m. in the Community Room at Witherspoon Hall.

Arts Council of Princeton announces third annual Soul-Filled Bowls fundraiser

The Arts Council of Princeton’s ceramics community is hosting the third annual Soul-Filled Bowls fundraiser event on Saturday, Dec. 15.

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Robbinsville Township condemns Miry Run Country Club

Robbinsville Township last night filed paperwork in New Jersey Superior Court to seize ownership of nearly 160 acres of Miry Run Country Club.