Monday, December 10, 2018

Princeton Junction Fire Department ready to deal with flood emergencies

The Princeton Junction Volunteer Fire Department is now equipped to deal with water-based emergencies.

Young players a key to Ewing High boys’ soccer success in 2018

Charlie DeBlasio made a significant jump last year in his first year on the Ewing High School boys’ soccer team.

Bordentown girl creates Pennies for Pets nonprofit to help animals

Sienna Filippine created Pennies for Pets, a nonprofit that supports animals in shelters and raises funds for oxygen masks and microchips for animals.

Robbinsville’s resource officers are ready for the school year

Three school resource officers — Ed Vincent, Melyssa Alonso and Det. Kevin Colgan — will patrol the halls of Robbinsville schools this year.

How The Trenton Literacy Movement is changing the city’s future

The Trenton Literacy Movement has the support of political and school leaders, and its success is already measurable.

DJs mixing and matching sounds at Mill Hill Basement

At the Mill Hill Basement — a music venue under the Mill Hill Saloon on South Broad Street — the room is small but the vibes are big.

New owner for Foxmoor Shopping Center gives Robbinsville Township optimism

Through an online auction on Aug. 1, Penmark Management Company Inc. purchased Robbinsville Shopping Center for $7.5 million.

PHOTOS: Lawrence residents celebrate summer in Weeden Park

Lawrence residents gathered at Weeden Park on Aug. 9, 2018 to hear music from Kindred Spirit and grab some food from The Gingered Peach.

Residents mark the 200th anniversary of Windsor village

At the crossroads of Church Street and North and South Main Street lies the small village of Windsor, celebrating the 200th anniversary of its founding this year.

Pennington-based OncoSec hopes to make immunotherapy a better treatment option

Immunotherapy for cancer is one of the hottest fields of research among the biotech companies of the Route 1 corridor, and Pennington-based OncoSec hopes is hot on cancer's trail.

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Robbinsville Township condemns Miry Run Country Club

Robbinsville Township last night filed paperwork in New Jersey Superior Court to seize ownership of nearly 160 acres of Miry Run Country Club.