Thursday, November 15, 2018

Mercer County’s Ice Skating Center opens for season Nov. 5

Mercer County’s Ice Skating Center, located in Mercer County Park, will open for the season Monday, Nov. 5.

U.S. Senate, House races top New Jersey ballot Nov. 6

Republican Bob Hugin challenges incumbent Robert Menendez, a Democrat, for one of New Jersey’s two seats in the United States Senate.

Ballot change may create confusion in Board of Education elections

Ballots in New Jersey look a little different this year, and the change has experts and officials concerned about the potential for Election Day confusion.

Pho, flautas, beer bars: area restaurant scene shakeup continues

Few retail sectors are as dynamic as the restaurant business, and the scene in and around Mercer County has been changing in dramatic fashion over the past year.

‘A modern-day Rudy’: Zack Mesday finally back where he belongs

When asked if ever holds up former Northstar Zack Mesday as a positive role model for his current Nottingham High football team, coach Jon Adams could not answer fast enough.

Hamilton High West field hockey captain Nicole Vigna ‘bleeds’ the sport

Nicole Vigna has taken charge of the Hamilton High West field hockey team’s offense and defense. Thanks to her efforts, the Hornets have their highest win total in four years.

Steinert’s Brielle Flodmand flourishes in the spotlight

Brielle Flodmand had seven goals and seven assists for the Steinert High School girls’ soccer team as of Oct. 14.

Smires and Associates Real Estate reaches $1 billion in sales

Smires and Associates is celebrating a new milestone: a billion dollars in total sales since its founding, which the agency achieved in 2018.

Nottingham’s Jerry Andaluz wows with cerebal approach to linebacking

Nottingham High School's Jerry Andaluz serves as the leader of the Northstars’ defense. The senior also knows a few things about what’s important to his position

Nine candidates vie for three seats on Hamilton Board of Education

Nine candidates are running for three seats on the Hamilton Township Board of Education. Each winner receives a 3-year term on the school board.