Tuesday, November 19, 2019

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.

Interventional pulmonologist joins Capital Health

Capital Health Medical Center – Hopewell is now one of five hospitals in the region (and one of only two in New Jersey) to offer true interventional pulmonology services.

Exploring Mercer County’s newest food trend: ramen

No fewer than five new restaurants have opened in Mercer County the past two months with ramen in their names. Our food reporter Joe Emanski spent some time at a few local ramen restaurants to find out what all the hype is about.

Tradition of food and family greets guests at Candela’s

In Lawrenceville’s Eldridge Park neighborhood, Candela Pizzeria and Ristorante still serves the traditional Sicilian recipes of Vito and Rosalie Candela, just as it has for 50 years.

Spruce Street turf field open for business

If you've driven down Spruce Street in the last several months, chances are you've seen the massive bubble that popped up just past Halo Farm near Arctic Parkway.

Judge Nerwinski tapped to manage Lawrence Township

Kevin Nerwinski is about to take on a job that includes overseeing more than 170 employees, a budget of $44 million and a township comprising 22 square miles with a population of nearly 34,000 people as the new Lawrence Township Municipal Manager.

Mercer County Park launches festival season with ‘UNCORK Spring’ wine fest

Mercer County Park's festival season kicks off this month with the "UNCORK Spring" wine festival on Saturday, April 28, and Sunday, April 29, from noon to 5 p.m.

Jewish Women’s Renaissance Project empowers local mothers

They were in Israel as part of the Jewish Women’s Renaissance Project, which aims to empower women to “change the world through Jewish values.” The 10-day trip is a key part of the organization’s mission.

‘Mail Lady’ retires after almost three decades delivering to area customers

"Mail Lady" Jeanette Jones—or “JJ” to those who’ve gotten to know her— carried the mail around Ewing, Trenton and Lawrenceville for about 30 years until the end of March, when she retired.

DOT to close I-295 ramp to Route 1 this weekend

The construction to replace the Exit 67 ramp deck from I-95 northbound/I-295 southbound to Route 1 in Lawrence will begin this weekend.

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