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.
Sheila Bodine's latest photography exhibit, “Princeton Together,” is an ode to the town she lives in, shown at the Arts Council of Princeton through October 9.
Emily Rodia and her fiance, Jason Rusnock opened Good Buy Supply in November of 2020 with the hope of helping reduce the amount of single-use plastics and other nonbiodegradable materials in their area.
Since the 1970’s, a little organization has been doing big things for Hopewell Township. Based on its acronym, you might even call it a big fish in a small pond.
Pickleball is on the rise, like a rocket. The game that combines many elements of tennis, badminton, and ping-pong is truly a phenomenon, and is being played all over the area.
Chidi Iloka graduated from Nottingham High in 2015 but is still an active soccer player locally. Thus, he and his teammates need a place to practice and play pick-up games.
Campus Town, the mixed-use development on the campus of The College of New Jersey in Ewing, is set to welcome three new restaurants in time for the fall semester.
With its French country interior and an exterior designed to make diners feel like they are inside a Claude Monet painting, Rat’s Restaurant (named for a character from Kenneth Grahame’s The Wind in the Willows) is a singular dining experience.
The New Jersey State Button Society will lift its pandemic-induced pause button and celebrate its 80th anniversary tri-state button show at the Union Fire Company and Rescue Square Hall in Titusville on Sept. 11.
In 2021, it feels fitting to pay tribute to the culture of the 100-year-old decade, and I got to do just that through food, drink, and entertainment when I visited Farns & Rail, a secret upstairs compartment of Old Town Pub (formerly The Farnsworth House) on historic Farnsworth Avenue in…
As Jason Zablow rolled out the balls for the first day of Bordentown High boys’ soccer practice, the coach knew very little about who would play where and what kind of alignment the Scotties might play.
Generations of the Mastoris family put everything they had into establishing and nurturing their reputation as elite-level restaurateurs in Bordentown.
This column is about quotes. Not famous or memorable quotes, but the quotation marks themselves, the ones used indiscriminately every day on badly-written signs for businesses, churches, and government.
David Orban just won Best in Show at the Mercer County Artists juried exhibition. No small feat with the numerous talented artists submitting to this exclusive juried exhibition.
Vaccines are still the only way out of this mess, and booster shots are here for the immunocompromised and soon to be available for anyone eight months removed from their second shot of Moderna or Pfizer.
Ewing football coach Matt Dalessio is the first to admit he lost a few good players to other schools this year but he won’t dwell on it. Mainly because he is sincerely excited about a returning nucleus that has been together since they were kids.
The Council must keep politics out of legal ads and reinstate the ads in The Trentonian so that its readers can continue to monitor the actions of their local government.
G.E. Marshall, Inc., at 810 South Broad Street in Trenton, is a longtime producer of custom awnings that may well be one of the longest-operating businesses in the capital city.
Gary C. Woodward argues in “The Sonic Imperative: Sound in the Age of Screens” that despite the proliferation of visuals in our culture — hence the screens in the title — hearing is the primal sense.
The College of New Jersey emeritus professor Gary C. Woodward recently turned his life-long fascination for communications work into a book that takes a sound look at hearing in a visual age.
A log house, a crime scene, and a bundle of evidence are all part of one of state’s most New Jersey-centric museums: The New Jersey State Police Museum and Learning Center.
Not since 1989, when Trenton’s Greg Grant made the Phoenix Suns roster as a 5-foot-6 Division III basketball player, has a local athlete electrified Mercer County at the professional level like Ross Colton.