Sam and Logan Leppo of Lawrenceville decided last year that they wanted to bring smiles to children who are less fortunate. The two rising juniors at The Hun School of Princeton and have been passionate about woodworking since they were children.
As Jen Moore was walking along the race route of the recent Poconos Run for the Red marathon near mile marker 19, she mentioned to a couple of friends that the runners at that point of the race looked haggard and were starting to labor.
Police have arrested Giver J. Vasquez, 26, of New Brunswick, and charged him with murder, stalking, possession of a weapon and unlawful possession of a weapon in the death of Alicia Martinez of New Brunswick.
The Princeton school board and the teachers union announced Thursday that they reached terms on a new contract that both sides still need to ratify.
Mayor Liz Lempert this week sought to build the case for Princeton to require private sector employers to provide paid sick leave to their full and part-time employees, despite concerns within the local business community.
Nicknames have always been a part of baseball. Joe Dimaggio was called “The Yankee Clipper,” Ted Williams was known as “The Splendid Splinter” and Willie Mays was “The Say Hey Kid.”
The landmark Supreme Court decision Friday to legalize gay marriage was seen as a watershed moment for gays and lesbians and the country as a whole, area politicians said.
A pipe band led the Lawrence High School commencement ceremony Thursday night. Following were administration and faculty, then the graduates in twos, with girl pairs holding hands.
Hundreds of people gathered Wednesday night in downtown Princeton for a prayer vigil that doubled as a call for gun control and racial justice on the one-week anniversary of the church massacre in Charleston, South Carolina.
The Princeton Police Department is searching for three shoplifters who stole a coffeemaker and a thermos in two separate incidents June 19 at Smith’s Ace Hardware at the Princeton Shopping Center on North Harrison Street.
MONTGOMERY - Montgomery Township school district teachers, custodians and support staff will receive salary increases averaging 2.56 percent, under a three-year contract negotiated between the Montgomery Township Education Association and the Montgomery Township Board of Education.
The leadership of Princeton HealthCare System, the nonprofit that owns University Medical Center, will explore the possibility of merging with a larger health system, including ones outside the state.
WEST WINDSOR — Proposed improvements to North Post Road, including the installation of bicycle lanes, drew a thumbs-down response from many township residents at a special meeting to discuss the project Wednesday night.
MONTGOMERY - Township Committee approved a $4.69 million bond ordinance last week that would allocate money for the 2015 road program, as well as the replacement of assorted Department of Public Works trucks and equipment.
When Chris Donovan needed another year of schooling, MV Whitlow thought he was a perfect fit for The Hun School.
David Schlesinger likes to build his lacrosse teams from the goal out, and in Mira Shane he had the perfect starting point to his debut season at Princeton High School.
A combination of players from West Windsor Little League and Cranbury-Plainsboro Little League came together over the last two weeks to prepare for District 12 Little League tournament.
At the board retreat last Friday, the Montgomery school board decided to wait a year before working on long-term planning due to the fact that there are four open seats in this November’s election.
Many places in the United States claim to be a birthplace of something American, whether it’s Coney Island and the hot dog or New Orleans and jazz. Princeton, it can be argued, is the birthplace of American freedom. The field where it was born is about to be torn apart and paved over by a ho…
On June 7, Rock Brook School held A Celebration of 40 Years at Hopewell Valley Vineyards. The evening celebrated more than four decades of providing exceptional special education services to children, as well as support for families and professionals. Our staff and our students are the heart…
Googling “mother-daughter” generally produces associative references to mother-daughter outfits, greeting card quotes, and recipes.
Pizza…Pronto! - As a young child, I worked in the pizza mines digging for veins of melted mozzarella and glistening nuggets of sausage. It was a grueling, greasy life, but with many high-calorie rewards… OK, actually, the real story is that our neighbor owned a pizza parlor and, breaking all…
Every small town needs an old-fashioned bakery, and Lawrenceville had one at 2 Gordon Ave., just off Main Street, for nearly 50 years. With only three owners during that period, the town and surrounding communities had come to rely on The Village Pantry. But then Hurricane Sandy put the most…
FTI Consulting Inc., the global business advisory firm, announced that The Center for Real Estate at Rutgers Business School has appointed Michael P. Hedden of Lawrenceville a managing director in the Real Estate and Infrastructure Solutions practice at FTI Consulting, as a founding member o…
Six volunteers from Church & Dwight Co. Inc. based in Ewing, took part in the Jewish Family and Children's Service of Greater Mercer County “stock and shop” program for the Kosher Food Pantry.
PRINCETON JUNCTION -- Measuring marketing results is different than measuring activity, a Creative Marketing Alliance executive told a room full of business owners at a recent Mercer Coffee Talk event.
The USTA has announced that the Princeton Racquet Club in Princeton is one of 13 winners in its 34th annual USTA Facility Awards Program, which recognizes excellence in the construction and/or renovation of tennis facilities throughout the country.
Bai Brands has announced it is moving its main beverage storage and distribution operations to Bordentown to help support the vigorous growth of the company’s line of healthy, all-natural, five-calorie, antioxidant infusions.
Recently, the Walmart Foundation announced that it was providing ongoing funding for Dress for Success Worldwide by awarding over $2.5 million to the organization’s Going Places Network by the Walmart Foundation (GPN).