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ENTERTAINMENT
February 27, 2014 | By Kellie Patrick Gates, For The Inquirer
Hello there After finishing her public relations degree from the University of Maryland a semester early, Kathryn moved home to Cinnaminson to job-hunt. The head start on the competition was nice. But all her college friends were in Maryland, all her high school friends were scattered at their universities, and her sister was moving to New York. "I was lonely," Kathryn said. Applying her job-networking skills to her social life, Kathryn wound up at a new friend's party in January 2008.
BUSINESS
February 21, 2014 | By Linda Loyd, Inquirer Staff Writer
Frontier Airlines is continuing to add flights at Trenton-Mercer Airport, and it announced Wednesday three more nonstop destinations: Milwaukee, Minneapolis, and St. Louis. Since Frontier's first commercial flight from Trenton to Orlando in November 2012, the Denver-based carrier has quickly expanded, and made Trenton and New Castle Airport near Wilmington focus cities on the East Coast. "It's been a really good fit," said Daniel Shurz, Frontier senior vice president, who announced the additional cities at a meeting Wednesday of the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce.
NEWS
February 1, 2014 | By Maddie Hanna, Inquirer Trenton Bureau
TRENTON At the Statehouse, if at first you don't succeed, try introducing the bill again. Gov. Christie may have shot down hundreds of bills last session, but that didn't stop lawmakers from moving forward Thursday with some of the same proposals. Bills brought back include one championed by the state's top elected Democrat to form a commission on college affordability - legislation the governor opposed as redundant - and a measure to ban pig gestation crates, which are decried by animal rights groups as inhumane.
NEWS
January 31, 2014 | By Linda Loyd, Inquirer Staff Writer
Frontier Airlines' love affair with Trenton-Mercer Airport continues. The Denver-based carrier announced Wednesday it will add a 14th nonstop destination - to St. Augustine, Fla., beginning May 2 - from the small general aviation airport between New York and Philadelphia. Frontier began with one flight a week to Orlando from Trenton-Mercer, off Exit 2 on I-95, in November 2012. The airline rapidly expanded flights, and has made Trenton and New Castle Airport near Wilmington focus cities for operations on the East Coast.
NEWS
January 20, 2014 | By Kevin Riordan, Inquirer Columnist
Patricia M. Morris, a soloist from Woodstown's Morning Star Baptist Church, stands regally on the bimah at Congregation M'kor Shalom, microphone in hand. "I worship you because of who you are," she sings, as a spirited multitude of voices - black, white, Christian, and Jewish - proceeds to raise the Cherry Hill synagogue's roof. And all this is a mere dress rehearsal for the Unity Choir's annual performances this weekend. "It is one of the greatest highlights of the year for M'kor Shalom," says Rabbi Richard Address, who calls the choir "compelling and uplifting.
NEWS
January 11, 2014 | By Joseph A. Gambardello and Anthony R. Wood, Inquirer Staff Writers
The region is about to experience at least a mini-January thaw, but it might extract a price. Along ice-clogged portions of the Delaware River, flood warnings and watches were posted for Friday morning, and the National Weather Service said temperatures rocketing to 60 on Saturday might conspire with heavy rains to set off more-widespread flooding. On Thursday, the Coast Guard dispatched an ice-breaking harbor tug to the Delaware near Trenton to break up ice locked in place by the region's coldest outbreak in 20 years.
REAL_ESTATE
December 29, 2013 | By Sally Friedman, For The Inquirer
An almost universal first reaction to entering David Abers and Richard Loatman's home is amazement, tinged with sensory overload. Their house, on a street in Trenton's Mill Hill section reminiscent of Society Hill, overflows with charm and intriguing architectural details. With nutcrackers, too. It all began innocently, as so many collections do. An aunt and uncle temporarily living in Germany sent Abers, their stateside nephew, a traditional wooden-soldier nutcracker as a Christmas present when he was about 12. "It happened that they had become friendly with Mark Spitz, the Olympian, and he actually guided them to the place they found my present," Abers remembers, "so that definitely gave it even more allure.
SPORTS
December 14, 2013 | By Matt Breen, Inquirer Staff Writer
Villanova has been in with Malachi Richardson since the beginning, Team Final AAU coach Rob Brown said Thursday afternoon. "But at the end of the day he can only make one team happy," Brown said as Richardson prepares to announce his college commitment at 2:30 p.m. Friday at Trenton Catholic. The 6-foot-6 junior shooting guard is New Jersey's top player and is rated as a five-star recruit by both ESPN and Rivals. He will make an oral commitment, choosing from among the Wildcats, Syracuse, Indiana, Rutgers, Arizona, and Connecticut.
NEWS
December 13, 2013 | By Maddie Hanna, Inquirer Trenton Bureau
TRENTON - Republicans and Democrats in New Jersey are again sparring over tax cuts as Gov. Christie prepares to enter his second term with national scrutiny surrounding his expected presidential bid. At a panel discussion Tuesday hosted by the New Jersey Business and Industry Association, top lawmakers split along party lines on the prospect of a tax cut for New Jerseyans. Reducing taxes, either through an income-tax cut or a credit tied to property tax bills, "begins to send a message across the state and across the nation that we're heading in another direction," said Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick (R., Union)
NEWS
November 18, 2013 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
In the 1960s, Jean Woodhull Sinden helped organize a summer preschool program for low-income children in Summit, N.J. She had "to go around by herself in the poorer parts of town, pushing doorbells in order to persuade mothers to send their children to the preschool," her former husband, Frank, said. "This was a delicate task," he said, because many mothers "were naturally suspicious of any initiative pushed by rich whites. Because of her natural shyness, this doorbell-pushing took a lot of gumption.
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