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Trenton Water Works announces start of 2 programs to rid lead from water

December will be a crucial month for Trenton Water Works, with two long-awaited, major initiatives starting before the end of 2019.

HomeFront: homelessness prevention efforts in overdrive for holidays

"Calls really ramp up this time of year, because parents in crisis situations are terrified to think of their children huddled on a freezing street"

Staub, Jones and Miller elected to Ewing School Board

One incumbent and two newcomers were elected to the Ewing Township Board of Education on Nov. 5.

Ewing Township earns Sustainable Jersey Certification for the third time

Ewing Township has once again been awarded Sustainable Jersey Silver certification for 2019. 

Parris Wright hopes to help Ewing Blue Devils football finish strong

Parris Wright has taken an important step in figuring out the attitude it takes to play football at the highest level. Wright always has played hard, always wanted to make the big play. That still helps motivate him.

Baker in a bunker: Charles Feggans’ novel based on time in Vietnam

Feggans turns vivid memories of a time stationed in a Marine Corps camp cut off from the outside world into fiction in his second book, "Unpleasant Pastures"

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.

New director Steven Picco reflects on first weeks at Trenton Water Works

It has been an eventful first few weeks on the job for Steven J. Picco. The new interim director of Trenton Water Works, Picco assumed his position Sept. 16. He dealt with his first crisis just 11 days later when a mechanical failure caused chlorine levels in the water to drop and a boil-water advisory to be issued.

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JoJo Siwa announces Trenton tour stop for May 2020

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