Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Grant, renovations help veterans at Hamilton’s American Legion Post 31

American Legion Post 31 vice commander Jack McHugh says the organization’s No. 1 concern is helping veterans. A recent grant may help make that goal even more attainable.

Transfer Aiden Hoenisch already impacting Notre Dame soccer

In his first eight games with the Notre Dame High boys’ soccer team, Aiden Hoenisch collected five goals and three assists

Trenton Historical Society to mark 100 years with a party and a show

"The task now is to find more ways to be relevant," says Trenton Historical Society president Damon Tvaryanas as the organization celebrates its 100th anniversary of preserving and celebrating...

West Town Center Lake treated for algae build-up

Algal blooms saw an increase all over the state this summer—Robbinsville included.

Trainer Miriam Kraemer harnessing her love for horses

Bordentown Regional High grad now a winning trainer on the New Jersey harness-racing circuit

Peter Kernast celebrates 30 years of his WTSR radio show

Hearing music on FM radio for the first time changed the whole music game for WTSR's Peter Kernast.

Princeton’s public art in the spotlight

The Princeton University campus and surrounding town are the sites of several new and upcoming works on public art

Ewing Then and Now: Historic preservation here and beyond

The Ewing Historic Preservation Commission helps to interpret portions the state’s Municipal Land Use Law, along with the Ewing Planning Board

Ilene Black: Here’s to being a Jersey Girl

If you need to buy a car, bring a Jersey Girl with you. She’ll not only get you the car you want, she’ll get it cheaper than you thought possible

Hacked in 7 minutes: questions of vulnerability surround New Jersey’s aging voting machines

Many states have moved away from direct-recording electronic voting machines. New Jersey, however, remains one of a small minority of states still using DREs, a technology experts have proven vulnerable and unreliable.

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