Monday, February 19, 2018

Ewing Then and Now: The first school for the deaf in N.J.

The “stone house on the hill” from last month’s column sits on the campus of the Marie Katzenbach School for the Deaf — another institution worthy of consideration.

A year-end look at the role of community news

In an era when “news” is often referred to as “fake news,” it’s easy for us in the news business to lose track of what we are really all about.

Princeton Echo Parting Shot: all the glittering prizes

In America, sports are the religion of the masses. Our Dutch national team would struggle to keep up with these boys and girls who have to train endlessly at the most impossible times.

Suburban Millennial: reconciling the past with the present

There are two institutions in particular in our community that have remained seemingly—thankfully—unchanged over the years.

HoVal school board: reasons for revising district’s equity in education policy

The Hopewell Valley Regional School District Board of Education passed the first reading of a significant revision to the Equity in Educational Programs and Services.

Mayor Fried: Project Freedom coming to Town Center South

Mayor Dave Fried has announced that Robbinsville Township will donate approximately 10 acres in Town Center South along Route 33 to Project Freedom.

Ewing Then and Now: Dr. Gilmore J. Fisher

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State of the City: Trenton Water Works drowning in bad news

The city seems to be drowning in bad news about the Trenton Water Works. And while Trenton citizens, elected officials in the communities relying on the TWW, state legislators, and state officials are lining up with a list of complaints.

Lawrence Mayor: township concerned about Trenton Water Works

"I would like to assure you that I, along with my fellow council members, am deeply concerned about the ongoing events involving Trenton Water Works."

Hamilton teen earns college degree before finishing high school

Hamilton resident Emily Jaruszewski is the first person to earn a college degree before receiving a high school diploma in the history of the HSA.

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State, local officials go to war with embattled Trenton Water Works

The water flowing out of the taps of Trenton Water Works’ customers is safe to drink. But, with repeated operational issues eroding trust in the quality of water, scores of local and state officials are working to ensure it stays that way.