Monday, April 19, 2021

Township residents assist in burglary arrests

Although one suspect is still at large, Bordentown Township Police arrested three suspects in the current string of break-ins thanks to community tips.

As Acme closes, more stores may leave Lawrence Shopping Center

Two more stores have joined the exodus of tenants from the Lawrence Shopping Center — the Acme supermarket and MJM Designer Shoes.

Plainsboro & WW Settle School Tax Suit

For more than a decade officials in Plainsboro and West Windsor have decried as unfair the process used by the state to determine each town’s share of the annual...

BCC to host tech talks April 7–10

Learn about your computer and mobile phone with several workshops offered by Burlington County College.

Donate used bikes at the May 14 Rotary Bike Drive

The Robbinsville Hamilton Rotary Club plans to host a Bike Drive to collect used bikes on Thursday, May 14 from 4 to 7 p.m. The event is set to...

Hope Loves Company selects executive director

Hope Loves Company, Inc. has hired Laurie Kolano as its executive director.

Artists visit Eldridge Park Elementary School

Visiting artist Darrell Wilson stands with Eldrige Park students Gillian Kibbey, Fedor Shcherbakov, Alexandra Perez and art teacher Melissa Panter. Visiting artist Darrell Wilson (center) stands with Eldrige Park students...

West Windsor Girl Scout builds buddy bench

Lindsay Bizenov, built a “buddy bench” and organized a food collection for for HomeFront as part of her Girl Scout Silver Award project.

WW Council Seeks New Member

West Windsor residents looking to get involved in local politics will have the chance to run for election to fill a seat vacated by former Councilman William Anklowitz, who...

Trenton Water Works test reveals contamination in drinking water above federal limit

Trenton Water Works has gone awry of another safety standard. Trenton Water Works says tests in 2017 show its water contains haloacetic acid 5 (HAA5) in levels exceeding federal limits.

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Alejandro Hernandez: From Hamilton to Hollywood

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