Friday, October 30, 2020

Lidl, “national tenants” to open at Lawrence Shopping Center in coming months

Owner JJ Operating Inc. said Lidl will open its location in the Lawrence Shopping Center on Brunswick Pike in early 2021.

What you need to know before you vote in the Nov. 3 general election

The process of voting, details on how to register or update your registration and how to check online to ensure your ballot has arrived.

Impractical Jokers’ James Murray talks about living in Princeton, his new novel “Don’t Move”

Murray's fourth book with Darren Wearmouth, "Don’t Move"—the tale of a West Virginia camping trip gone awry—will be released Tuesday, Oct. 20.

New chef restores old pride at The Perch at Peacock Inn

Owners Genesis Hospitality Group are hoping the new team can breathe fresh life into one of the area’s few remaining fine dining venues.

Community News’ 2020 Mercer County election coverage

Your guide to this year's local elections

New scholarship program to honor legendary principal’s lasting legacy

Dick Fitzpatrick taught Toll Gate, Stony Brook students to ‘Reach for the Stars’

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.

Young Hamilton entrepreneur Lucas Ratliff Chills Out with Italian ice truck

Newest sweet treat truck on the streets of Hamilton has an unusual origin story

Ready to dine outdoors? Princeton has an abundance of tasty options

Outdoor dining spots in Princeton sprout like dandelions in the spring. Some are official, others are created at little places where food and seating come together.

NJ Weedman’s Joint: open again and smoking, across from City Hall

Ed Forchion — aka the NJ Weedman — has been on quite the journey in his quest for marijuana legalization.

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UPDATED: McGalliard Elementary closed as 7 Hamilton schools see COVID-19 cases

At Hamilton High West and McGalliard Elementary School, there were two unrelated COVID-19 cases, leading to the shutdown of the buildings.