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Hurricane Ida trampled through—the winds and the flooding doing extensive damage. While most of us were sheltering in place, our firefighters, emergency medical technicians, police officers, and public works employees were out in the thick of it doing what was necessary to protect life and property.
Despite having their seasons shut down by COVID-19 last year, the girls’ tennis teams at high schools North and South have hardly missed a beat this season.
The New Jersey Lighthouse Challenge — set for Saturday and Sunday, October 16 and 17 — is an annual event that mixes history and fundraising with a contest.
A ghost on the left and a runner on the right, HomeFront, the Lawrence Township-based nonprofit whose mission is to eradicate homelessness, is turning their sprint for a cause scary.
Gwyn Moore has been playing goalie since her rec soccer days and there was one reason, more than any other, that drew her to the position. “I thought it was really cool that I got to pick the ball up with my hands,” she said.
A 21-year veteran of the Robbinsville Township, Burns saw out her final days at the township senior center with a melancholy fondness. She retired on Oct. 1.
Melissa Burgos chose a hot air balloon as a logo for her achievement center Club DREAMS, highlighting the value of letting those with Down syndrome chase their aspirations into the skies and beyond.
When Mikayla Hall gets sprung for a breakaway, it is a sight to behold with her blazing speed. The only issue is, sometimes she’s so fast, she outruns the ball
At only 23, Eshaya Draper aims to be the ambitious and extremely young man taking charge. He is the new operations manager for Lawrence Township Public Schools, a position under the Superintendent’s Office.
It’s not a lantern; it emits no light. It’s not even a member of the fly family. Yet, if there were an insect fashion show with a runway, the spotted lanternfly might be the envy of what are called true bugs, because of the fashionable mix of colors, spots and hidden bright red underwings de…
Seven years ago, I revealed in this column the startling presence of mysterious, ghostly visitors in my home. The behavior of those spirits has changed slowly but steadily since that time, and during the recent summer months, their activity rose to unprecedented levels. Sightings are rare, a…
On Oct. 3, the Eighth Annual “Hamilton Cup” Golf Tournament will be staged at Mountain View Golf Course in the morning and Mercer Oaks West in the afternoon
The Deer Management Advisory Committee's number two goal is to reduce deer overpopulation, but its number one goal, members say, is to ensure public safety
It’s not surprising to see one twin assist the other in a game. “We always know each other well on the field, and it’s just great,” Alex says.
We caught up with Mayor Julie Blake of Hopewell Township to understand the potential impact of allowing cannabis cultivation in the Valley
"Trenton’s Treasures: Watercolors by Marge Chavooshian and Robert Sakson” is the upcoming Trenton City Museum show opening October 9 and on view through November 18.
Through this year’s 2-1 start, Poinsett had 21 tackles, five for loss, and one sack. He is also the starting fullback and pretty much never comes off the field
On Monday, Oct. 4, West Windsor Volunteer Fire Company #1, Station 43, is commemorating its 100 years of service to the West Windsor community with a charity golf outing at Mercer Oaks Golf Course.
The Township of West Windsor Shade Tree Commission will hold a delayed Arbor Day celebration due to the pandemic and the school calendar.
Individuals and businesses can sponsor American flags, 3 by 5 feet, to be flown on the grounds of RWJ along Whitehorse-Hamilton Square Road and Klockner Road
It’s the season for ghosts, goblins, and those things that go bump in the night, so spooky-spirited groups are putting out the invitation to get to greet the season — and maybe a holiday spirit or two.
Parc at Princeton Junction, a 232-unit housing community located less than a mile from Princeton Junction Train Station, has been sold to a private buyer for $92.15 million, JLL Capital Markets announced.
Many towns within Mercer County area saw moderate levels of population growth over the last 10 years, according to information released last month by the U.S. Census Bureau.
It’s not often a soccer player has to live up to her footwear’s reputation. But when Sophie Berman wanted a pair of flaming pink cleats, she took on just such a challenge.
Beth Rinyu has always wanted to help others. A municipal clerk since 2002, she is now working at Robbinsville Township Senior Center, starting her position during a time of unprecedented challenges for those in the public sector and beyond.
Clifton J. Thompson is the new director of equity, diversity and inclusion at the Lawrence Township Public Schools.
The Delaware and Raritan Canal has always been a popular subject to write about. Its history is richly saturated within the rip-rap stone crevasses of its towpath and waterway.
On Aug. 19, the Hopewell Township Police Department presented Lori Morris, executive director of LifeTies, Inc., with a check for $3500.
Spoiler Alert: The ending of The Wizard of Oz revealed. Glinda The Good Witch floats in from her beautiful pink cocoon and emerges to tell Dorothy, “You’ve always had the power” (to get home). Glinda confesses that she hadn’t shared that message sooner because Dorothy “wouldn’t have believed…
Princeton Makes, a new artist cooperative, is celebrating its grand opening. Princeton-area architects and designers are marking the eight-day Jewish holiday of Sukkot with an 11-day display of sukkahs, or temporary shelters, on public sites around town.