Sunday, May 28, 2017

The ‘illegals’ – Harsh rhetoric & punishment for a civil offense

There are 11 million undocumented immigrants in the United States, including some 550,000 in New Jersey, including more than you might guess in the heart of Princeton.

Building the Oaklands estate

This month, we consider Oaklands, the Woodruff Family Estate — better known to us as the Trenton Country Club.

Does Amici Milano pass the Trenton taste test?

Despite the change of hands at Amici Milano, the owners say patrons will notice no difference in the menu and the quality that have defined the restaurant over the past several decades. So I decided to taste and see for myself.

True story: hope does love company

Hope Loves Company is a Hopewell-based nonprofit organization. Its mission is to provide educational and emotional support to children and young adults who had or have a loved one with ALS.

KFC (Korean fried chicken) comes to Princeton

It took much longer than it should have, but Princeton finally has joined the wildly (and justifiably) popular Korean fried chicken craze.

Food for Thought: Cookbooks, Chennai Chimney lunch challenge, and more

Pat Tanner reports on the latest Princeton dining news.

Ewing Then and Now: Stories of Trenton Junction

The West Trenton portion of Ewing has yet another treasure for us to explore! And, it’s brand new and more than 100 years old all at once.

Robbinsville schools superintendent: Tough choices during budget time

Robbinsville stands out among its peers as a community deeply involved in education and one that is steadfastly committed to academic excellence.

She Said, She Said: Yes, I know how to keep score

In her first column, Hamilton Post assistant editor Samantha Sciarrotta discusses sexism in sports media.

Food for Thought: Monday night treat at Nomad Pizza

Pat Tanner reports on the latest food trends happening in and around Princeton.

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