Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Schore to Please: how old are you now?

If you are under 30, don’t read any further. If you are over 30, also don’t read any further. Why? Because you will find what follows just too disconcerting.

Foster: thank you to all involved in state aid discussion

Robbinsville school officials want to extend their deep appreciation once again to a remarkable team of citizens.

Fried: a week to appreciate police

For the third straight year, Robbinsville Mayor Dave Fried signed an Executive Order declaring August 6-12, 2018 “Police Appreciation Week."

Ewing Then and Now: Driving around Ewingville

Over a century ago, Ewingville was quite the destination, for locals and folks from greater Trenton and beyond. The attraction? The Ewingville Driving Park.

Betting on Black: Remembering summers past

If you were a child of the ’60s, I am sending you on a trip down memory lane. If you weren’t born till after the ’60s, this is what you missed.

Thinking backwards (aka backwards thinking)

I ended this column—or began it, if you’re not playing along—with the the phrase “Good day!” which itself has an unusual utility, serving equally well as a greeting or a goodbye.

Superintendent and police chiefs defend West Windsor-Plainsboro school cops plan

The following is an op-ed by WW-P Superintendent David Aderhold, West Windsor Police Chief Robert Garofalo and Plainsboro Police Chief Guy Armour.

When your caretaker needs taking care of

When I think about my most vivid childhood memories, a good chunk of them involve my nanny. My family celebrated her on Cancer Survivor’s Day last month.

Parting Shot: The long shadow of 1968

Those who were in Princeton last spring and who were at the forefront of the demonstrations will keep busy building better bars and turning on the erotic lamps in their windowsills. Welcome home.

Ewing Then and Now: Patriot in our back yard

Dave Hart has made it a personal goal to raise up his ancestor’s story. He has written and directed the documentary "John Hart: Portrait of a Patriot."

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New owners, same traditions at treasured roadside ice cream stand Cream King

Cream King, the treasured ice cream oasis, opened in the mid-1950’s and has changed little since. But there has been one change this year. Cream King is under new ownership.