Friday, September 20, 2019

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.”

Hamilton Township accepting photos for calendar contest

Hamilton Mayor Kelly A. Yaede challenges photographers to showcase the township’s parks, recreation facilities and events in this year’s calendar photo contest. The theme of the Hamilton’s 2014 calendar is...

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Boys Swimming##M:##North (8-2): A win over Ewing, 129-32, on January 15. 200 Medley Relay: 1.) High School North (Adam Schuit, Sanjay Jumani, Edwin Chiu, Albert Lu), 2:05.70; 2.) High...

Opposition grows to affordable housing project in West Windsor

Residents showed up to a recent West Windsor Zoning Board meeting to oppose to a plan for a 400-plus unit affordable housing development.

South grad named a Rising Star by the NJBIA

Sri Narayanan isn’t waiting until she’s a college graduate to be the change she wants to see in the world.

Barn Picks & Stuff to open in Quakerbridge Mall

Barn Picks & Stuff, a home decor store with a rustic theme, is coming to Quakerbridge Mall.

Second slate announces in West Windsor Council election

Incumbent council president Alison Miller and running mates Yan Mei Wang and Shin-Yi Lin will be running for three seats on West Windsor Council.

Petition started against Freddie’s Tavern redevelopment plan

Opposition is growing among West Trenton residents to a plan that calls for Freddie’s Tavern to be torn down and replaced with a mostly residential mixed-use project.

Bordentown adult education program encourages lifelong learning

The Bordentown Community District Alliance adult education program runs high school equivalency classes, citizenship exam lessons, and more.

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Opposition grows to affordable housing project in West Windsor

Residents showed up to a recent West Windsor Zoning Board meeting to oppose to a plan for a 400-plus unit affordable housing development.