Merchants Association aims to preserve the Princeton experience

Merchants Association aims to preserve the Princeton experience

By Carly Meyer The Princeton Merchants Association works tirelessly behind the scenes to nurture and enhance a vibrant and sustainable economy in our hometown. Our members take great pride in enriching the experience and preserve the culture people expect when they live, work or play in Princeton. Who…

From Robbinsville’s Mayor: New tax cap proposal would hamstring municipalities

By Dave Fried East Windsor Township Mayor Janice Mironov, who also is the past president of the New Jersey League of Municipalities, recently co-authored an opinion piece with me opposing a push by Senate President Stephen M. Sweeney (D-Gloucester) for New Jersey’s municipal property tax levy increase cap…

From Lawrence Schools: New budget falls below 2 percent cap

By Jo Ann L. Groeger The Board of Education had a mini retreat on March 6 in the high school library to examine the school district’s current goals. We are in the last year of our five year plan. The board will continue to rely on community input…

Ewing Then and Now: Don’t believe everything you read

Ewing Then and Now: Don’t believe everything you read

Francis Lore, pictured above, did not die in a plane crash in 1952, as reported in last month’s…

Betting on Black: Suffering from commercial overload

This winter, I have had little to no desire to venture outside unless I was going to work,…

Minutes from Somewhere Else: A tribute to pork roll

We have a tradition at the Hamilton Post whenever a new hire starts here. The new person must…

Needs More Tacos: Poems (not) recommended for you

It occurred to me recently that the titles of the books being recommended to me by Amazon* would,…

Complex Simplicity: Render unto Hamilton what is Hamilton’s

Since Kingdom Church began looking to move into a 10-acre space on Kuser Road near Veterans Park, there’s…

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