Saturday, February 17, 2018

Lawrence Mayor Bobbitt looks to the future in first term

If it weren’t for the New York Times, Chris Bobbitt might not be in Lawrence. Now, he’s the township’s mayor.

Food for Thought: Carlos is back at Cox’s, Ramen reversals

Carlos Espichan, who for 25 years worked at the old Cox’s Store at 180 Nassau Street, has returned to that space after the recent closing of Dolceria Gelato.

At mainstay Hamilton bakery, the Eeting’s still Gud 90 years later

Danny Tobias, a lifelong Hamiltonian, grew up in the shadows of Nottingham High School, which grew up in the shadows of Eet Gud Bakery.

Two Sevens brings a Latin kick to Princeton’s Witherspoon Street

Two Sevens is a new industrial chic urban dining venue with Latin-inspired cuisine is located next to the Avalon Bay apartment complex.

Returning seniors lead Ewing High boys’ bowlers to strong start

It’s been a good start for the Ewing High School Blue Devils, who again have high aspirations.

Mendez leads surging Bordentown Scotties in points, rebounds and assists

Jacquey Mendez’s talents have made Bordentown one of Burlington County’s surprise teams this year, to everyone but the coach and his star.

Held hailed as ‘Force of Nature’ by Friends of Hopewell Valley Open Space

There is no stopping Joann Held, named Friends of Hopewell Valley Open Space Force of Nature for February 2018.

Former West Windsor council president, activist Rae Roeder dies at age 73

West Windsor has had its fair share of important political leaders over the years, but few have impacted the community as much as Rae Roeder.

Hard-working Kemether making a difference on and off the court

Katee Kemether has lived a unique and fascinating life so far, and it has only just begun. To start with, she is named after a golf tee.

Mummert standing tall for Hopewell Valley Bulldogs basketball

Team chemistry has played a huge role in the Hopewell Valley Central High School Bulldogs start, and Alex Mummert has given the boys' basketball team an extra boost to the top.

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State, local officials go to war with embattled Trenton Water Works

The water flowing out of the taps of Trenton Water Works’ customers is safe to drink. But, with repeated operational issues eroding trust in the quality of water, scores of local and state officials are working to ensure it stays that way.