Tuesday, September 25, 2018

WTF? food truck celebrates 5th anniversary by opening Ewing food stand

After five years of operating the WTF? (Where's The Food?) food truck, owners Tim and Lisa McRae have opened a takeout food stand in their hometown of Ewing.

Lawrence Hopewell Trail provides residents with more than just a place to walk or bike

Bruce Ellsworth of Bristol-Myers Squibb rides his bike to work on the Lawrence Hopewell Trail. The 14-mile route to BMS campus in Pennington takes an hour in comfortable temperatures.

Robbinsville Police Chief Nitti graduates from FBI National Academy

Robbinsville Police Chief Chris Nitti recently completed the formidable, and invitation-only program, FBI National Academy.

The hadrosaurus finds a home: state dinosaur returns to Trenton

New Jersey’s state dinosaur, the Hadrosaurus, was first discovered in Haddonfield in the 19th century. It has now taken up residence at the State Museum in Trenton.

From Ewing to Europe, drummer Joe Falcey is jazzing it up

From behind his drum kit on open jam night at Freddie’s Tavern in Ewing, Joe Falcey leads a band affectionately known as The Three Joes.

Greenwood Elementary hopes its new library will promote literacy, community

Only 63 percent of Greenwood Elementary School students speak English as a first language. Teachers are hoping a new library will promote literacy and strengthen the community.

West Windsor planning board approves 443-unit Woodstone apartment complex

Woodstone—a 443-unit luxury apartment complex proposed for construction near MarketFair—was unanimously approved by the West Windsor planning board.

Barskys’ world: making dream homes a reality for some, nightmares for others

For some people Barsky is synonymous with tear downs of small homes and the building of McMansions that seem out of proportion in the neighborhood.

Bill seeks to establish county water system oversight commission

New legislation would create an oversight commission to ensure greater water quality for all towns serviced by the Trenton Water Works.

Hamilton High West raises $6,800 for Out of the Darkness

Hamilton West students raised $6,800 for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention during an Out of the Darkness campus walk.