Saturday, October 19, 2019

Signs of progress as affordable housing negotiations drag on in Princeton

Officials have been unable to shed much light on details of their plan at this point

Princeton news: Bring on the backyard chickens

PEC holding chicken information session Saturday, Oct. 5, at 10:30 a.m. at Princeton Public Library

Old Barracks music remembers when Britain won

The Old Barracks is notably tied to George Washington’s daring and tide-turning Revolutionary War attack on Trenton on Dec. 25, 1776

Trenton welcomes fresh new breed of wheelers and dealers

Check out the half dozen young men on skateboards wheeling along a vertical ramp. Now check out the one with the 1970s styled ’stache. That’s Trenton skateboard activist Jake...

Achievers Early College Prep STEAMing into the future

Sisters seek to change expectations for Trenton's students and show that "college is attainable"

The State of Things: Trouble in River City

News from Trenton City Council and a report on New Jersey’s financial health add up to one conclusion: trouble in River City. The Trenton City Council situation, of course, is...

Bordentown police sergeant helps boy find lost necklace

A happy ending for a local family last week when a Bordentown policeman helped a local boy find his lost necklace

Editorial: Trentonian should host Hamilton mayoral debate

A message from the editors of Community News and the Hamilton Post

Fieldsboro race Bordentown area’s lone contested election

Most local races are unopposed this year.

Three seats open on Robbinsville school board

Four candidates are up for three seats on the Robbinsville Township Board of Education.

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Five candidates running for three Ewing School Board seats

Two incumbents and three newcomers are running for election to the Ewing School Board