Sunday, May 27, 2018

Robbinsville continues to carry Steve Mayer with it, two years after his death

Time has proven that Steve Mayer’s legacy is larger than one moment. Larger than the moment. Two years have passed since Mayer was killed. That day and the days that followed changed Robbinsville forever.

How one decade transformed Robbinsville into a pizza paradise

For years now, Robbinsville has been spoiled by not just one, but two nationally ranked pizzerias — Papa’s Tomato Pies and DeLorenzo’s Tomato Pies.

Hamilton students look to eradicate stereotypes with Good NEWS

A group of Hamilton high schoolers created the Hamilton NEWS club to bridge the gap between the township’s three high schools.

East Trenton welcomes spring with block party, creek cleanup

The East Trenton Collaborative is gearing up for a jam-packed spring and summer with a day of fun for the whole family on Saturday, April 28.

Community arts activist Marisa Benson fights for Trenton War Memorial

Community arts activist Marisa Benson puts it this way: “The Trenton War Memorial is significantly under-resourced and is partly in disrepair... Yet it remains Trenton’s best treasure for presenting the performing arts and civic events.”

For this Princeton wildlife photographer it’s lights, camera, patience

A great egret in flight. A forlorn squirrel. A stately bald eagle. An osprey mid-air. A colorful eastern tiger swallowtail atop honeysuckle. These are among Princeton photographer Leigh Faden’s favorite subjects.

Bechamps catches on behind the plate for Robbinsville Ravens

Brenden Bechamps will be a key player for the Robbinsville Ravens after bursting on the varsity scene with a .345 batting average last season.

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.

After Parkland, Hopewell students are taking a stand on school safety

When Ethan Block and his Hopewell Valley Central High School classmates heard about peaceful protests being planned around the nation — the National School Walkout and March For Our Lives — they wanted to get involved.

Hamilton Attitudes in Reverse therapy dog earns Hero Dog Award nomination

Carmella Aaron's therapy dog Frankie earned a nomination in the therapy dog category of the American Humane Hero Dog Awards. Frankie and Aaron volunteer with Attitudes In Reverse.

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