Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Robbinsville Mayor’s Column: Robbinsville makes its CEO proud

By Dave Fried Thank you to everyone who came out to vote on the Dec. 11 school facilities referendum. The Robbinsville Township Board of Education, Superintendent Steve Mayer and board president...

What If You Had a (Facebook) Party and Nobody Came?

A long time ago, when I was a reporter in Sacramento, I decided to throw a party for my newsroom friends. At the time, we lived an hour west...

Minutes from Somewhere Else: Testimony paints sickening picture of a corrupt town

In September, I spoke with Hamilton Township Board of Education president Patty DelGiudice. I wanted to hear what she had to say about the school board’s connection to the federal...

Giving Back For Christmas

Like millions of Americans this week with a hope and a dream, I bought some lottery tickets, hoping to win the near-record jackpot and become an instant gazillionaire. Like...

Betting on Black: MC Black at the MVC

Before I get started, I’d like to state that I have nothing but the utmost respect for the staff at the NJ Motor Vehicle Commission. What they deal with...

There’s something screwy about politics around here

John Bencivengo, the mayor of Hamilton, took cash from a contractor who did business with the school district. Now he faces the prospect of going to prison. The Republican...

Minutes from Somewhere Else: Pandering secures Kindergarteners’ vote in Turkey-lection 2012

There are some things children should know at an early age. This fact should undeniably be among them: Every November in the United States, the masses go to the polls...

Complex Simplicity: Comic-Conned once again

By Peter DabbeneI’ve read comics all my life. That’s a statement which, at this moment, is probably being interpreted many different ways by many different readers. I won’t go...

Political connections entangle BOE

Being on the Hamilton Township Board of Education is a thankless job. In their twice monthly meetings, board members set the direction of education for the students of Hamilton Township....

My Trusty, Rusty Minivan

I’ve just wished happy birthday to a couple of friends on Facebook (I’ll say happy birthday the old-fashioned way, with a card, as well, but my, haven’t things changed?)...

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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.