Saturday, September 19, 2020

Hamilton Township Council Election Preview: Nina Melker

Melker devotes herself to many causes Two decades ago, Nina Melker looked at her two young, healthy daughters, and considered herself lucky. She decided she wanted to express her gratitude for...

Robbinsville Softball All-Stars finish third in world series

Catcher Shea Walsh makes a play during the World Series in...

Veterinary assistant program attracts animal lovers

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11th Annual Insect Festival set for Sept. 7

Master Gardeners Mike Gliddon, Barbara Anuzis, Carol Bencivengo, and Nancy Putnam....

‘Spectacular’ bike tour to help preserve Sourland Mountain Region

Diane and Tom Seessel in front of the barn on their...

Thunder welcomes ‘circus’ when MLB players rehab

New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter during his rehab assignment with...

From American Idol finalist to Apollo Theater’s ‘Super Top Dog’

Musician Tyrus Bush, with wife Shaone, won Showtime at the Apollo...

Ewing Computer Learning Center continues as its founder retires

Milt Koosman, the recently-retired founder and long-time president of the Computer learning Center at Ewing. by Cara Latham Just as the personal computer changed communication, business and the way of life...

Community remembers Lawrence Little League legend

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Caliper CEO Herb Greenberg honored by City College

Princeton businesses use Herb Greenberg’s Caliper personality tests to hire the...

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Kevin Johnson sues Bordentown Township, officials for racial discrimination

Johnson, a Black real estate developer behind Team85 Fitness and Wellness, filed a lawsuit against Bordentown Township and five current and former municipal officials Sept. 9.