Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Atlantic Realty buys Howard Hughes site for $40 million

The 558-acre former American Cyanamid tract has a new owner. What that means for the future of the property is anyone’s guess.

Hamilton West’s 86-year-old superfan to be honored at Thanksgiving game

The 86-year-old Earl "Bogie" Bogart is about as famous as the Hornet athletes he has supported since the early 1950s.

Residents’ group challenges county on Dam Site 21 plans

Residents bordering the site of a proposed park find themselves torn about the potential development of the county-owned Dam Site 21.

At Timberlane Middle School, students learn to balance the ecosystem

Planting Day exercise helps students learn about sustainability.

Peter Kernast celebrates 30 years of his WTSR radio show

Hearing music on FM radio for the first time changed the whole music game for WTSR's Peter Kernast.

New director Steven Picco reflects on first weeks at Trenton Water Works

It has been an eventful first few weeks on the job for Steven J. Picco. The new interim director of Trenton Water Works, Picco assumed his position Sept. 16. He dealt with his first crisis just 11 days later when a mechanical failure caused chlorine levels in the water to drop and a boil-water advisory to be issued.

After more than 58 years, the Scudder Falls Bridge is being dismantled

Without notice or fanfare, the anniversary of the opening of the Scudder Falls Bridge occurred on June 22. It was the bridge’s last anniversary.

Bordentown’s Thompson Street Halloween celebration ‘on pause’

One of Bordentown's spookiest traditions has been put on hold—at least for now.

Opposition grows to affordable housing project in West Windsor

Residents showed up to a recent West Windsor Zoning Board meeting to oppose to a plan for a 400-plus unit affordable housing development.

Barn Picks & Stuff to open in Quakerbridge Mall

Barn Picks & Stuff, a home decor store with a rustic theme, is coming to Quakerbridge Mall.

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Hamilton Mayor Jeff Martin names Balmir, Markley to cabinet positions

Hamilton Township Mayor Jeff Martin announced two new members of his administration Jan. 15, unveiling T. Missy Balmir as interim business administrator and Chris Markley as public works director.