Saturday, February 17, 2018

Pastor fights to restore rights for tribal nations in New Jersey

J.R. Norwood is a tribal activist, a delegate to organizations and president of the economic development initiative Nanticoke-Lenape Tribal Enterprises.

Hopewell Valley officials look for ways to deal with growing deer population

Farmers, police, motorists, and filmmakers are all looking for ways to deal with Hopewell Valley’s growing deer population.

Trenton on the Move: Heidi Cruz-Austin and other artists are ‘transforming spaces’

Meet Heidi Cruz-Austin, whose Trenton-based company DanceSpora is known for its contemporary works, and other artists reshaping Trenton.

From an industrial relic to urban community, can Trenton be the next Brooklyn?

When Trenton's mayor cut the ribbon at The Roebling Lofts apartment building on 71 Clark Street, it was a ceremony more than 40 years in the making.
Adam Sterr plays along to ‘Carnival of Souls’ on Halloween.z

Musical chamber of film horrors arrives in Princeton for Halloween

Princeton Garden Theater is getting into the restless Halloween spirit with screenings of two horror classics accompanied by live music.

Team Luca 5K Run/Walk to raise money for Ewing child battling deadly disease

On Sunday, Nov. 5, Mercer County Park will be filled with locals running and walking 3.1 miles to raise money for the Team Luca 5K Run/Walk.

Ewing residents publish ‘My Bowie Story,’ an anthology tribute to David Bowie

Dale K. Perry published "My Bowie Story," an anthology of 85 stories written by 60 Bowie fans from eight different countries.

Hopewell Theater re-opens with concerts, films, and fresh menu

Hopewell Theater has a new incarnation as a showcase for music, film, the performing arts, educational presentations, and more.

Featured home of the week: The Bouwerie, one of Princeton’s most iconic properties

Callaway Henderson Sotheby’s International Realty is listing The Bouwerie, one of Princeton's most iconic properties, for $5.9 million.

After what feels like forever, high school football will be played at night in Hamilton

On Oct. 27, the first night varsity football game ever played at a Hamilton Township public high school will take place when the Northstars visit the Spartans

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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.