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Samantha Brandbergh, Correspondent

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‘I found leading the Environmental Commission very rewarding’

Roger Plew spent 14 years as a member of...

‘No military veteran, family should ever be left behind’

Hillsborough Air Force veteran Michael Nehlsen has traveled over...

Cranbury School honors National Youth Art Month at Gourgaud Gallery

The month of March celebrates National Youth Art. Cranbury...

Woman seriously injured in West Windsor crash

A 39-year-old Pennington woman suffered serious injuries when the...

Dr. Carol Dwyer, 78

Dr. Carol Dwyer, 78, of Pennington, NJ passed away...

Doris (Dodie) Kleiber Mapes, 87

Doris (Dodie) Kleiber Mapes, 87, of Princeton and Stone...

Princeton non-profit brings ‘life-changing’ education to Haiti with new school

By Samantha Brandbergh Correspondent Just one day after Princeton residents Anne Hoppenot and Judy Sarvary left Haiti in October — where they were visiting the newly constructed...

Assemblyman displays student art, announces new scholarship

Assemblyman Roy Freiman’s district office in Hillsborough is currently lined with art made from oil on canvas, digital photography, oil pastel, water colors, ink,...

Local residents and authors share how ancestors came to Hopewell as slaves

During Elaine Buck’s research for her and Beverly Mills’ recently published book “If These Stones Could Talk,” she discovered her husband, John, and Mills...

Mayor Persichilli, The ‘Face of Pennington,’ retires

When working for Western Electric Company, Anthony Persichilli drove through Pennington Borough and thought to himself, “Some day, I’m going to buy a house...

Pennington council awards contract for road repaving project

By Samantha Brandbergh A reconstruction project will soon take place after the Pennington Borough Council unanimously awarded a contract during its Dec. 3 meeting.  The project,...

Looking through the lens: Local photographer to present personal archive in new exhibit

Gary Saretzky, local photographer and archivist from Lawrenceville, takes a look around Route 1 Diner, studying the patrons and taking in the action of...