Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Mixed month for Trenton Water Works

The results are in, and they’re not what Trenton Water Works customers had hoped. For the third time in the last four testing periods, TWW has violated the federal action level for lead.

End of an era at Trenton Farmers Market

After Jack Ball retired as manager of the Trenton Farmers Market, Chris Cirkus took the reins.

I-295/Route 29 interchange near Scudder Falls Bridge to close until summer

A portion of the I-295/Route 29 Interchange near the Scudder Falls Bridge will be closed and detoured for 18 weeks.

Chipotle-style Korean BBQ comes to Princeton

If you’re looking to dip your toe in the waters of Korean cuisine, KBG is a sensible place to start. But if you’re hoping to have an authentic international experience, KBG probably isn’t the place to find it.

Ewing 18-year-old starts his own clothing line called BALK

At just 18 years old, Ewing resident and rap artist Shaheed Waddy started his own clothing line called BALK.

West Windsor woman raising funds to run World Marathon Challenge

West Windsor resident Keri Mandell is planning to run the World Marathon Challenge, seven marathons on all seven continents in seven days.

The architectural firm that helped build up Mercer County

Trenton’s Ellarslie Museum recently opened its exhibit on FVHD Architects, a Ewing-based firm that has built so many buildings in Mercer County that not even the firm itself knows exactly how many are still standing.

General Motors site sold, work begins on Ewing-based property

Site work has finally started on the old General Motors site on Parkway Avenue, following the sale of the property.

Young players a key to Ewing High boys’ soccer success in 2018

Charlie DeBlasio made a significant jump last year in his first year on the Ewing High School boys’ soccer team.

For Ewing Special Olympics coach, it’s not about winning

For Special Olympics coach Megan Lipski, the scoreboard doesn’t tell you the whole story.

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