Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Hamilton Attitudes in Reverse therapy dog earns Hero Dog Award nomination

Carmella Aaron's therapy dog Frankie earned a nomination in the therapy dog category of the American Humane Hero Dog Awards. Frankie and Aaron volunteer with Attitudes In Reverse.

Autism Cut-A-Thon to benefit autism programs at Hamilton schools

On select dates in April, 50 percent of Melz Alfieri Salon’s proceeds will be donated to the Hamilton Township School District to benefit Autism programs in the middle and high schools.

Foxmoor Shopping Center Friendly’s to reopen in mid-April

A new-look Friendly’s restaurant will open its doors to customers at the Robbinsville Foxmoor Shopping Center in mid-April.

Update: Armed man dead after standoff inside Nassau Street Panera

Princeton police are investigating an incident involving an armed gunman inside the Nassau Street Panera.

‘It could have been us’: Lawrence High students join national walkout for school safety

Students at Lawrence High School organized a walkout on March 14 in solidarity with the National School Walkout, held exactly one month after a 19-year-old gunman killed 17 people at a high school in Parkland, Florida.

Judge: West Windsor responsible for 1,500 units of affordable housing

A state superior court judge has ruled that West Windsor Township is responsible to provide for 1,500 units of affordable housing.

SuperFresh opens in Plainsboro Plaza Shopping Center

After five years without a traditional grocer, Plainsboro residents on Feb. 24 finally saw the grand opening of a new supermarket in town—SuperFresh in the Plainsboro Plaza Shopping Center.

NJDEP hits Trenton Water Works with two more violations

NJDEP hit Trenton Water Works with two more violations this week, both stemming from excess disinfection byproducts in the water.

Ewing Mayor Bert Steinmann looks ahead to the coming year

Mayor Bert Steinmann sat down with Bill Sanservino, Ewing Observer editor, in mid-January to discuss issues in the township. Here's part two of the interview.

At Nelson Glass on Spring Street, a plan for six new apartments

Anyone concerned about housing in Princeton would prick up their ears at news of six new residential units.

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‘Mail Lady’ retires after almost three decades delivering to area customers

"Mail Lady" Jeanette Jones—or “JJ” to those who’ve gotten to know her— carried the mail around Ewing, Trenton and Lawrenceville for about 30 years until the end of March, when she retired.