Thursday, April 25, 2019

BSB Gallery art installation goes green

‘Green Palace” is a new site-specific art installation on view at the BSB Gallery through Saturday, April 13.

Trenton Health Team’s updates, upgrades, and new digs

To maximize existing medical services in the capital city Trenton Health Team launched a 2011 strategic initiative to improve the health of the Trenton’s population.

Trinity rummage sale returns April 4-6

Trinity Cathedral in Trenton holds its annual rummage sale Thursday through Saturday, April 4 through 6.

Hopewell Valley high school junior takes top prize in Mercer Science and Engineering Fair

Sonja Michaluk top prize at the Mercer Science and Engineering Fair held at Rider University in March

Hopewell Theater owner looking for new restaurant partner

The Hopewell Theater production company is looking for a partner who would run a restaurant at 7 W. Broad St. in Hopewell Borough, site of the recently closed Brothers Moon.

Hopewell PD cracking down on distracted drivers

The initiative will target motorists who engage talk on hand-held cell phones and send text messages while driving

Hopewell artist Charles McCollough wants you to ‘Picture This’

New book is a memoir with visual memories taken from 40 years’ worth of daily journals

Robbinsville’s Garrett Bilgrav wills way top of state wrestling ranks

After finally placing in the NJSIAA State Championships, Garrett Bilgrav stamped himself as one of the greatest wrestlers in Robbinsville High history.

New Robbinsville baseball coach Mike Kinsella ‘exactly’ what Ravens need

New Robbinsville High School baseball coach Mike Kinsella has big plans — being one of the six state champions at the end of the year.

Robbinsville Township formally acquires Miry Run Country Club

Robbinsville Township is now the official owner of Miry Run Country Club.

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Yaede touches on entertainment district, township controversies in State of Hamilton address

Four years ago, Hamilton Mayor Kelly Yaede “had a vision” for the township’s future. Now it could become a reality, Yaede said in her final State of Hamilton address before she faces re-election.