Saturday, February 17, 2018

Hamilton boy collects hundreds of coats for people in need

A 10-year-old Hamilton boy is helping local people in need stay warm this winter by collecting coats for Warm Coats and Warm Hearts.

New Year’s Eve: Bringing in 2018 with theater, music, fire and mummers

With New Year’s Eve on a Sunday, there are more opportunities to close out the holidays and welcome the new year. Here is a countdown to holiday celebrations. 

The Telltale Hart: Celebrating John Hart and our patriotic heritage

David Hart's new documentary, “John Hart: Portrait of a Patriot" explores the history of Declaration of Independence signer John Hart.

Hamilton school district’s Giving Trees provide lesson for students

The idea behind these Giving Trees—a Hamilton school district tradition that has been around longer than most staff members—is to help those in need.

Ms. Sue Ms. Sue: A legend of mystery, music, and photography

Ms. Sue is a mystery. Better known as “Ms. Sue Ms. Sue," she’s been heard in the Trenton area since 1976 on the airwaves at WTSR 91.3 FM.

Eating Clubs Unveiled: Inside a Princeton institution

The historic and architectural legacy of the eating clubs has been documented in a new coffee-table book published by the Princeton Prospect Foundation.

University Heights student stars in McCarter’s ‘Christmas Carol’

Now 8 years old and a third grader at University Heights Elementary, Roman Engel will star as Tiny Tim in McCarter’s "A Christmas Carol."

Plainsboro voters approve $1.5 million firehouse expansion

Voters approved a $1.5 million expansion to the Plainsboro Fire Company firehouse during a special capital meeting held on Nov. 15.

PHOTOS: Steinert vs. West annual Thanksgiving football game

The annual Thanksgiving football game between Steinert High School and Hamilton High West has become a holiday tradition in Hamilton.

Lawrence man’s ‘Cheese Quest’ tabletop game couples tactics and sabotage

Lawrence resident Phil Schadt created “Cheese Quest,” a tabletop game of tactics and sabotage that is a literal game of cat and mouse.

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State, local officials go to war with embattled Trenton Water Works

The water flowing out of the taps of Trenton Water Works’ customers is safe to drink. But, with repeated operational issues eroding trust in the quality of water, scores of local and state officials are working to ensure it stays that way.