The program, known as Direct Install, is offered to improve the energy efficiency of buildings with electricity demand not exceeding 200KW over the past 12 month period.
A Hamilton mother and son with a special bond took home the gold at the Transplant Games of America this August, but they might argue that they won big long before the summer games.
Bordentown Township will receive $2.1 million from the New Jersey Department of Transportation to construct a connector road between Rising Sun Road and Dunns Mill Road.
Trenton’s oldest non-profit organization is getting a new name. The Trenton YMCA announced last month that it will be renamed the Capital Area YMCA.
The Lawrenceville School presented $65,000 to the Lawrence Township Education Foundation Sept. 10. Since 1995, the school has donated over $1 million to the LTEF.
One in eight women will develop invasive breast cancer in their lifetime, making it the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women.
How can you survive pregnancy without losing your mind? Find out during an author event at Carella’s Chocolates and Gifts.
The West Windsor Arts Council has announced the winners for their Woo-Ri Mart Food Art Competition for Children.
Families, business owners, and residents all came out to celebrate Bordentown Community day, held Sept. 15 at the township municipal complex.
Meet the three officers — Rick Doldy, Suzanne Girard, and Charles “Matt” Nemes — who are patrolling the halls of Lawrence Township Public Schools this year.