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Princeton's Weekly Community Newspaper Since 1946

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    War for the Planet of the Apes is the ninth movie in the film series that began almost 50 years ago with Planet of the Apes. The original groundbreaking science-fiction adventure was based on the novel of the same name by Pierre Boulle, who also wrote The Bridge Over the River Kwai. That book was

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    MORE TO COME: Cara Morey surveys the action during her six-year tenure as assistant coach for the Princeton University women’s hockey team. Morey was recently named as the head coach of the program, succeeding Jeff Kampersal, who left Princeton to guide the Penn State women’s hockey team. (Photo Courtesy of Princeton’s Office of Athletic Communications) Cara

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    TURNING THE CORNER: Dana Smith races upfield this spring in her junior season with the Lafayette College women’s lacrosse team. Smith, a former Princeton High girls’ soccer and lacrosse standout, helped Lafayette go 10-8 in 2017 and make the Patriot League postseason tournament for the first time since 2013. It was the program’s best record

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    When Thomas Walker took up rowing in 2012 at the Princeton National Rowing Association’s Mercer Rowing Club (PNRA/Mercer), he was quickly inspired to someday make an impact in the sport on a national level. “We shared that boathouse with the women’s national team and it was pretty awesome to look at the best people in

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    To the Editor: Ninety percent of all flowering plants in our gardens and farms are dependent on pollinators such as honeybees and butterflies. Unfortunately, recent years have seen a 60 percent global decline of our bumblebees and 80 percent of migratory monarch butterflies. Thousands of gardens have been planted around the country to support our

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    To the Editor: AARP New Jersey calls on U.S. Senators Cory Booker and Robert Menendez to maintain their strong and public opposition to the Senate’s health care legislation. It provides tens of billions in tax breaks for drug and insurance companies, while dramatically increasing costs and reducing coverage for Americans age 50-plus. Specifically, the legislation:

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    From Routine Screening to Advanced Diagnostic and Treatment Procedures sponsored content: University Medical Center of Princeton (UMCP) has opened the Center for Digestive Health, giving patients streamlined access to high-quality, coordinated care that encompasses everything from general gastroenterology services to specialized diagnostic and treatment procedures. Board certified gastroenterologists Anish A. Sheth, MD, and Eric H.

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    Photo Credit: @anthropologie Cool off from the heat of late July with these summer savings! kate spade new york Cameron Street Lucie Tote Originally: $298 Sale: $199 Citizen Men’s Chronograph Quartz Stainless Steel Bracelet Watch 46mm  Originally: $250 Sale: $100 Keurig K55 Classic Brewing System Originally: $175 Sale: $80 Michael Kors Crystal Bezel Layer Necklace Originally: $165

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    DOING WELL: Princeton Post 218 American Legion baseball player Zach Dudeck takes a cut in recent action. Last Wednesday, center fielder and lead-off batter Dudeck contributed a double and a walk in a losing cause as Post 218 fell 19-2 to South Brunswick. The defeat left Princeton with a final record of 2-20 this summer.

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    In a letter to the Rider University community this week, Rider President Gregory Dell’Omo said “great progress” is being made in efforts to sell Westminster Choir College in Princeton, which Rider has owned since 1991 and announced this past spring that it was putting it up for sale. Rider’s campus is located in Lawrenceville. Rider’s

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    The Joint Effort Safe Streets Program has announced honorees to be recognized during its 10-day celebration of the Witherspoon-Jackson (W-J) Community of Princeton beginning next week.  Honoring the historic role of the black church will be the focus of this year’s event-filled festival, which is titled “Looking Back & Moving Forward.” “All of this year’s

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    At its meeting Monday evening, July 24, Princeton Council approved a resolution to authorize the Princeton Police Department’s appointment of five probationary police officers. With three retirements possible by the end of the year and 11 officers eligible for retirement through 2020, it is important to be proactive, Chief Nick Sutter told Council. “My vision

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  • 07/26/17--05:51: Zumba By The Pool
  • The annual Princeton Community Night Out, sponsored by the Princeton Police Department, PBA Local 130, and the Princeton Recreation Department, will take place on August 1 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Community Park Pool. Activities will include Zumba dancing, free use of the pool, and a rock-climbing wall. There will also be hot

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    Believe it or not, over a dozen different attempts to assassinate Adolf Hitler (Udo Schenk) were made until he took his own life in April of 1945. In 1944, Hitler only suffered minor injuries in the bombing that was the focus of Valkyrie (2008), a documentary drama that stars Tom Cruise. Directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel

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  • 07/26/17--06:32: Obituaries 7/26/17
  • Richard Saltonstall Kinsey Richard Saltonstall Kinsey died peacefully at home on July 23, 2017, at the age of 94. He lived at the Acorn Glen assisted living residence in Princeton, New Jersey. Kinsey was born in New York City on May 10, 1923, the younger son of Edwin Marshall Kinsey and Wilhelmina Patton Kinsey, and

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    EAGLE EYE: Jake Alu takes a swing in action this spring during his sophomore season for the Boston College baseball team. Former Princeton Day School standout Alu enjoyed a breakthrough campaign in 2017, leading the Eagles with a .331 batting average, producing 55 hits, a double, 23 RBIs, 15 walks, and 12 stolen bases. Alu

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    SPECIAL DELIVERY: Teddy Durbin delivers a pitch for the West Windsor-Plainsboro Babe Ruth 15-year-old All Stars last week in the Southern New Jersey state tournament. Last Friday, rising Princeton High junior Durbin got the win on the mound as West Windsor-Plainsboro defeat Hamilton-Northern Burlington 7-4 to win the crown. West Windsor will now compete in

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    To the Editor: I attended both the W. Windsor meeting and the Princeton Town Council meeting that dealt with Rt. 1 construction. No one at either meeting said anything about Alexander Road. The recent Town Topics [“Council Casts Votes In Favor of Measures on Group Home and More,” pg. one, July 12) reports “… and

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    See below for the July 26, 2017 Princeton Zoning Board Meeting.  Town Topics Newspaper will be posting videos of all future municipal meetings.

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    Photo Credit: @verabradley These smart looks will take you to the head of the class! Rifle Paper Co. 2018 Lively Spiral 17-Month Planner, $34 Macy’s Decorator’s Lighting Adjustable Swing Arm Desk Lamp, $143.99 Vera Bradley Campus Tech Backpack, $138 kate spade new york Stripe Pencil Pouch, $19.90 Macy’s Speck MacBook Air Case, $28.99-34.99 S’well White

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