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Forgotten History Podcast, Episode 11: Hellfighter

February 18, 2020 -

Algernon Ward, Jr., a re-enactor, tells the story of brave but flawed war hero Needham Roberts

Forgotten History Podcast, Episode 9: The Cloudbuster

February 6, 2020 -

Listen to our podcast to learn about Wilhelm Reich, the controversial founder of Orgonomy

Lawrence OB/GYN Associates joins Capital Health Medical Group

February 1, 2020 -

Regional OB/GYN Practice Adds to Growing Team of Women’s Health Specialists

Hopewell’s Nancy Kennedy tells ‘How Women Won the Vote’ in new book

Kennedy is set to release her latest book, Women Win the Vote! 19 for the 19th Amendment, on Feb. 11—two days prior to the release is the 100-year anniversary of New Jersey ratifying the constitutional amendment that gave women the right to vote.

Hamilton pianist Joseph Kesting makes 2nd Carnegie Hall appearance

Joseph Kesting

Notre Dame junior is one out of over 5,000 instrumentalists that participated in auditions

Robbinsville boy aims to donate 25,000 pairs of shoes to Soles4Souls

It all began when Zachary Miller, now 12 years old and a seventh grader at Pond Road Middle School, was 10.

Ewing and Lawrence women celebrate 100 years of voting

In early morning hours of Feb. 10, 1920, New Jersey became the 29th state to vote for ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which gave women the right to vote.

West Windsor Police Department’s drone unit flies high

The West Windsor Police Department has seen a number of ways that its drone unit has helped the town and surrounding communities.

Lawrence High DECA raises funds for grieving kids

Seniors Jenna Cahill and Nicole Seeburger make a good team

I Am Trenton Foundation busy building Trenton’s future

Foundation recently awarded more than $40,000 in grants to support eight community and economic development projects in the Old Trenton neighborhood, bordered by North Broad Street, Perry Street, Route 1, and East State Street