Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Mercer County Turkey Trot raises $40K for local food pantries

Before they indulged in their own turkey dinners, roughly 1,200 runners headed to Mercer County Park early Thanksgiving morning to help feed the less fortunate.

‘Foodpreneur’ aims to succeed in prepared foods market with healthy one-bowl meals

Jacob currently sells his three Wabowls—all natural, vegan, and gluten-free—for $7.99 retail at Pennington Quality Market and PEAC Health and Fitness in Trenton.

Free portraits offered to Princeton residents in need

Photographers Ron Rakis and Jay Brandinger prepare to take a portrait...

Wherefore art thou, Juliet?

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A ‘ruff’ count

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Descendants of Perkins and Louise Broach celebrate a lasting legacy

On April 9, Hamilton Township honored longtime residents Bishop Perkins Broach, Sr. and Mother Louise Broach by renaming a portion of Central Avenue in their honor.

Trenton’s Jersey Fresh Jam: seeing and putting the writing on the walls

Jersey Fresh Jam hip hop festival to return to Trenton Aug. 9 By Dan Aubrey The business scene at the Trenton-based company TerraCycle is routine for 99 percent of the year,...

Father-son paratroopers jump together

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Hopewell Valley Arts Council readying for annual Amazing Pumpkin Carve

The Amazing Pumpkin Carve will run from Wednesday, Oct. 10 through Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018 at Woolsey Park in Titusville.

A parade for the whole family

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