Sunday, September 15, 2019

PADEP hands a fresh setback to Elcon toxic waste treatment plant

Comes out against Elcon application for facility in Bucks County, saying it had “a number of outstanding deficiencies.”

5-month bridge closure on Route 518 a bane for Hopewell Borough businesses

Mike Gray had a sense of what was coming before most people did. Gray, of Sourland Cycles in Hopewell Borough, had known for some time that the Hopewell-Rocky Hill Road...

Pellettieri Rabstein & Altman Family Law group makes Locks of Love donations

Locks of Love is a public nonprofit organization that provides hairpieces to children suffering from long-term medical hair loss.

Community News Service takes home awards from Society of Professional Journalists, AFCP

Parent company of communitynews.org recognized for both journalism and design work done in 2018

Trenton Public Schools receive $100,000 instrument donation in support of the district’s music program

The gift from the local musical instrument dealer was made in support of the district’s growth of their instrumental music programs

Buklad Memorial Homes: Compassionate, professional, hands-on service

Saying goodbye to a loved one is never easy. Chris Merlino of Buklad Memorial Homes is there to help people through the process with compassion and dignity.

Flexible future: Universal Display Corporation is innovating with foldable screens

Universal Display Corporation, the Ewing-based company, is paving the way to a new era in wild electronics screen designs.

Hopewell’s Quarry Swim Club officially on the market

The upcoming swimming season at the Quarry Swim Club is due to begin at the end of May, in what is expected to be the last year of ownership by Jim and Nancy Gypton.

Princeton Merchants Association: tech, pharma, finance are transforming real estate

As in any dynamic economy, there have been many changes in Princeton’s real estate market that will influence buyer’s decisions to reside or do business here

Lawrenceville Vintage Treasures aims to bring the past to the present

Lawrenceville Vintage Treasures, a unique shop on Gordon Avenue, opened in October. The shops sells items ranging from the past few decades to over a century.

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Kmart to close Hamilton location this year

Hamilton’s Kmart will be closing this fall, a victim of the chain’s troubled finances. The location at the intersection at Kuser Road and White Horse Avenue in Hamilton is one of four New Jersey stores in this round of shutterings.