Sunday, July 5, 2020

NJDEP hits Trenton Water Works with two more violations

NJDEP hit Trenton Water Works with two more violations this week, both stemming from excess disinfection byproducts in the water.

Ewing Mayor Bert Steinmann looks ahead to the coming year

Mayor Bert Steinmann sat down with Bill Sanservino, Ewing Observer editor, in mid-January to discuss issues in the township. Here's part two of the interview.

At Nelson Glass on Spring Street, a plan for six new apartments

Anyone concerned about housing in Princeton would prick up their ears at news of six new residential units.

The fine art of persistence: TAWA exhibit features artists with disabilities

The work local artists is on display at “Persistence,” an exhibit hosted by the Trenton Artists Workshop Association that features the work of area artists with disabilities.

Historic Pennington Hardware store for sale, owners set to retire after 23 years

The two-story Italianate style building located at 15 W. Delaware Ave. in Pennington’s historic district has been a hardware store for more than 160 years.

Mercer Street Friends’ Armstead Johnson keeps care coming

Armstead G. Johnson, executive director of Mercer Street Friends, discovered the nonprofit world soon after college and never looked back.

‘Son of Love’ continues hoops tradition at The College of New Jersey

He may not have the legendary nickname of his old man, but Jordan Glover is trying to make sure the family name is still associated with winning basketball at The College of New Jersey.

One Square Mile: West Trenton native chronicles history of Ewing neighborhood in newest book

Local author Mark Falzini documented the history of his native West Trenton in his newest book, "One Square Mile: A History of Trenton Junction, New Jersey."

We Make aims to help people with developmental disabilities find and keep jobs

Nonprofit We Make opened as “the world’s first workplace centered around autistic employees’ specific needs and abilities,” in Pennington.

Mayor Fried: Project Freedom coming to Town Center South

Mayor Dave Fried has announced that Robbinsville Township will donate approximately 10 acres in Town Center South along Route 33 to Project Freedom.

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