Friday, February 26, 2021

African Link Initiative helping teens connect with their heritage and culture

A number of area organizations, including the Boys and Girls Clubs of Mercer County, have been working together to bring the African Link Initiative to life.

Back to Nassau Hall, but not back to normal for Princeton University students

Nearly 11 months after Princeton University told its students to go home for spring break and not come back, the school is welcoming its full undergraduate student body back for the spring semester

For proposed Princeton hotel, it’s business vs. Bank Street

The Princeton Zoning Board has now heard upwards of nine hours of presentations and testimony on the proposed Graduate Hotel at the corner of Nassau and Chambers streets, and they’re not done yet

The COVID-19 vaccine is here. What does it take to get one?

Officials have struggled to meet demand for the coronavirus vaccine, leaving people confused and frustrated about how, where and when they can get it.

Mama Dude’s focuses on fresh, local eats in Yardville

After four years on the road, popular food truck Mama Dude's now also has a location in Dover Park Plaza.

Making Trenton’s Black Lives Matter — in the past, and in the present

Algernon Ward is hopeful that 2021 will be the year that brings the Locust Hill Project closer to fruition

Trenton City Museum celebrates women artists

Showcasing work by several noted women artists from the Greater Trenton region, the work was designed and curated by nationally recognized Trenton artist Mel Leipzig.

EASEL saw record number of pet adoptions in 2020

The year 2020 will be remembered for a lot of things. At the EASEL Animal Rescue League, it will be remembered as the year more people rescued dogs and cats than any year before

Nottingham High Gospel Choir proves student interest in music

Nottingham High's Gospel Choir started in 1998, and has exploded into what its director says is the largest choir in Hamilton.

After tough year, HoVal businesses hoping for more luck in ’21

With revenues down and the future uncertain, area businesses are constantly looking for new ways to reach customers

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Long-time Hamilton mayor John K. Rafferty dies at 82

Rafferty served as Hamilton's first full-time mayor for 24 years starting in 1975