Tuesday, February 20, 2018

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: Looking back and looking ahead

Helen Kull quizzes you on some local Ewing history trivia from her 2017 Ewing Observer columns. How many questions can you answer?

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.

Hamilton Post letters: Keep speaking up, Chris Smith

Two Hamilton residents write in to share their opinions on tax reform and the board of education.

Language arts PARCC scores continue to rise in Lawrence schools

For the school year 2016-17, Lawrence Township School District PARCC scores for grades 3 to 11 are, on average, 7 percent higher than the mean scores across the state of New Jersey.

Letter: McMansion terminal at the airport is not necessary

Here are my thoughts and suggestions for defusing the airport dispute. It doesn’t matter if it is called an enhancement or expansion because these words are synonyms.

Betting on Black: a year’s worth of resolve

I am not a fan of New Year’s Resolutions. Mostly because if I do make any, I break them by Jan. 2.

Foster: the stuff dreams are made of

As we celebrate the holiday season this year it is our deepest hope that you will use this time to play together, to celebrate your life, to imagine and to dream.

Fried: Sheree McGowan earns key to the city

I would like to begin this month’s column by thanking Sheree McGowan for her many years of dedicated public service to our township, including the last eight as a member of township council.

Schore to Please: the two kinds of exercise

There are certain givens, certain unassailable true facts. One of these is that there are two kinds of exercise: natural exercise and stupid exercise.

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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.