Fans of Trenton-style tomato pies will always argue about which one is best. Classico Tomato Pies, a one-year-old pizzeria in West Windsor, may be a new favorite.
Three independent candidates are running against Mayor Bert Steinmann and incumbent council members Sarah Steward and Kathleen Wollert in the Nov. 6 general election.
Three months ago, Kathryn Foster became the second woman president of The College of New Jersey, once again succeeding a woman president who had been on the job for 19 years.
Charlie DeBlasio made a significant jump last year in his first year on the Ewing High School boys’ soccer team.
Being a crafter means that I spend a lot of time making stuff to sell, either online or at craft shows. Craft shows are not for the meek or hyper-sensitive.
After five years of operating the WTF? (Where's The Food?) food truck, owners Tim and Lisa McRae have opened a takeout food stand in their hometown of Ewing.
Procaccini brothers John and Tino, along with partner Zissis “Z” Pappas —owners of PJ’s, a mainstauy on Nassau Street in — will be opening a new restaurant on Bear Tavern Road in West Trenton.
The John and Anna Karras Memorial Dog Park in Banchoff Park was paid for with $100,000 that Karras left in his will to Ewing Township on behalf of pets when the long-time Ewing resident died at age 84 in 2016.
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.
Another chapter of “Destination: Ewingville” continues this month as local historian Helen Kull explores what happened to the Ewingville driving track area.