Saturday, March 6, 2021

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.

Movement springs from Samantha Josephson tragedy #whatsmyname

Family creates whatsmyname.org to host their efforts to educate people on rideshare safety tips and precautions

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

The legend of the Jersey Devil lives on in song, art and words

Presented by the Pinelands Cultural Society, this year’s Jersey Devil Night is set for an outside concert on Sunday, Oct. 4.

Mercer County completes purchase of Hopewell Valley golf club

Formerly private club becomes 5th 18-hole facility to be owned and operated by Mercer County Park Commission

Asian Food Market to move to Plainsboro Plaza and double in size

Asian Food Markets, a long-time tenant in the Princeton Meadows Shopping Center, will be moving to the spot most recently occupied by the failed SuperFresh store in Plainsboro Plaza.

Amazon seeks approval to use Lawrence warehouse as last-mile hub

The warehouse at 10 Princess Road, off Princeton Pike and Interstate 295 in Lawrence, would be almost a 24/7 facility.

Modern Chinese fare on the menu at Robbinsville’s Kuo Social

Steven Kuo has spent a good deal of his 50 years working in hospitality. And now he has put that experience into Kuo Social.

The secrets of Hopewell’s Castle revealed

Not only The Castle's urban legends true, but the victorian mansion in Hopewell Borough protects yet stranger and darker secrets.

Ficus Bon Vivant brings international flair to Princeton

The new restaurant offering an international array of food and beverages has opened its doors at the corner of Nassau and Olden streets.

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Christine Wendland makes Bordentown home at HoopHouse

Christine Wendland, the owner, baker and chef behind the HoopHouse stand at the weekly farmers market, opened her first brick-and-mortar restaurant in the city.