Sunday, February 17, 2019

More plans considered in Princeton for Hamilton-Wiggins

Whether you loved or hated the bicycle lane temporarily installed last year on Wiggins Street and Hamilton Avenue, you will be interested in the latest news posted by walkableprinceton.com.

Jeff Martin announces Hamilton mayoral bid

Council president Jeff Martin announced that he will run for mayor of Hamilton Township. The announcement sets up a race between Martin and Republican incumbent Kelly Yaede in the November general election.

Mercer County Technical Schools students make video Magic

Mercer County Technical Schools students students and staff dreamed up, choreographed, acted in and photographed a video this fall to help promote the district’s programs.

First-time West Windsor author’s book was 10 years in the making

And after decades of hearing people tell her she should write a few of her ideas down, Antoinette Zam listened. Her debut novel, "Scarred by Death," was recently published by Page Press.

Bordentown Firehouse Gallery celebrates 50th anniversary

Under new ownership, the Bordentown Firehouse Gallery will preserve its artistic history as the community celebrates its 50th anniversary.

Clarke Cottage: cautionary tale or dedicated historic preservation

For some, the continuing story of the Clarke Cottage may be a cautionary tale about the challenges and frustrations of repairing an historic Princeton house — especially when a $2,000 fine is involved.

All signs point toward progress in Trenton

What will it take to turn Trenton around in 2019? Richard K. Rein presents some ideas on how groups and individuals can work to improve the city.

Cory Bork eyes big finish to truncated Robbinsville basketball career

Robbinsville High School senior Cory Bork is the leading returning scorer for the Ravens boys’ basketball team this year.

Artists explore the ‘Joy in the Everyday’ in new Hopewell Valley exhibit

The Hopewell Valley Arts Council hopes to capture joyful feelings with their new ongoing exhibition, "Joy in the Everyday."

Judge hands PennEast victory in pipeline battle

A judge ruled Dec. 14 that the PennEast Pipeline Company can acces lands in New Jersey, both public and private, in order to conduct environmental surveys.

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As Trenton Water Works receives new violations, its customers seek alternatives

Coming off the worst year in its history, Trenton Water Works received notice of three more state violations in January, continuing a cycle the utility has spent months trying to break.