Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Summer sounds and sights in Trenton

Trenton galleries, free concerts, and a hip hop fest promise to make Trenton a cool place to be over the long hot summer

Bordentown Historical Society restores Francis Hopkinson portrait

Doug Kiovsky and the Bordentown Historical Society started a GoFundMe to raise money to restore a painting of Francis Hopkinson.

Liberty Island gets a Princeton Tiger makeover

Lead architect for the recently opened Statue of Liberty Museum hopes to help visitors engage with the site's history

Community blossoms at Princeton’s Vaseful Flowers and Gifts

Aakash Kanjani does a little bit of everything at his job in a flower shop at 305 Witherspoon St.

Titusville resident Sara Cooper takes on ALS

Diagnosed with the disease, Cooper Creative Group founder is making it her ‘new client’

Jerry Wilson keeps ‘the streak’ alive for Notre Dame High School track

Notre Dame High School senior Jerry Wilson came through, hoisting the javelin a personal-best 161-feet, 8-inches to take third place in the Non-Public A Championship.

HoVal’s ‘Nova-bound Dolan golden in 1600 at Meet of Champions

First male HoVal athlete to win an individual outdoor MOC gold since 2001

Mel Leipzig puts Trenton artists and residents on exhibit

Represented in two “Homage to Trenton” shows in July

Food for Thought: Bon Appetit kiosk opens by Carnevale Plaza

Princeton’s Bon Apetit kiosk has been a long time coming with a menu heavy on carbohydrates PLUS: new restaurant Spice Grill at 182 Nassau, Chinese food with a Louisiana twist, Diesel and Duke replacing 30 Burgers, Waiters' Race returns, Kristine's is coming, and Terra Momo Bread Company expands

Fireworks, concerts and more to mark July 4 in Mercer County

From concerts and fireworks to historical demonstrations, there are plenty of ways to celebrate the July 4 festivities in the Mercer County Area.

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Risoldi’s Market Cafe in Hamilton to close after 70 years in business

Risoldi’s Market Cafe in Hamilton is officially closing after over 70 years of business. Owner Sam Risoldi, Jr., said the decision comes after increased competition in the area over the last five years.