With a vast portion of Mercer County's 228 square-miles subject to growth and development, it is more and more difficult to find visible signs that this area was once a haven for farmers and the agriculture industry.
The guilt trip. Mothers are often the best at it. They feel that they work too hard and don't get enough in return. But perhaps they're right. They probably don't get the appreciation they deserve as they try to juggle a family, and in many cases a career.
In February, new state-mandated stormwater regulations went into effect that are viewed by many as the most sweeping effort in 20 years to protect water quality and preserve drinking water supplies. While all 566 municipalities in the state need to follow these rules, compliance for some is more difficult than for others.
Approximately 40 Borough residents attended Borough Council's meeting on Tuesday, April 27, seeking to promote their own recommendations for how the Council should manage its $21.86 million budget predicted for 2004.
From the foothills of the Himalayas, to the islands of Fiji, to the sandy deserts of Arizona, Nepal native Pushkar Shah is on a mission to travel to 150 countries in 11 years, promoting peace around the world. And he intends to ride his bike the whole way.
The new Spring Street garage, originally scheduled to open in early April, should open sometime this week, said Borough Administrator Robert Bruschi.
Thanks to a gas leak, Laurel Circle now has the unique distinction of being the first and only neighborhood in the history of Princeton Township to have been evacuated at least as far as back as Sgt. Sean Reed can remember, and he's been on the force 19 years.