Allegiant Leaves Trenton-Mercer

Trenton-Mercer Airport has one less airline now that budget service Allegiant has announced it has stopped its flights to three Florida airports, leaving Frontier Airlines once again as the sole commercial service to fly out of the airport. Allegiant’s last flight was April 29.

“The suspension of our service was simply due to a lack of demand in the area,” Allegiant spokeswoman Krysta Levy told reporters. Allegiant had been at Trenton-Mercer for less than two years before calling it quits.

Frontier, however, continues to expand its service, and Mercer County, which owns the facility, is planning major upgrades to the airport including building new taxiways and a larger terminal.

Allegiant , 1100 Terminal Circle Drive, Trenton-Mercer Airport, West Trenton.

Name Change

The Watershed Institute, 31 Titus Mill Road, Pennington 08534. 609-737-3735. Jim Waltman, executive director.

The Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association has changed its name to The Watershed Institute.

The group, founded in 1949 to keep water clean and safe in central New Jersey, has not changed its mission. In a statement the Watershed board said the former name was too long, prone to misstatement, and misleading because the group frequently works in geographic areas outside the Stony brook-Millstone region.


James Floyd, 96, on May 14. He was the first African-American mayor of Princeton Township and longtime community activist. He was an advocate for housing rights and affordable housing and was a charter member of Princeton Community Housing and was also the town’s first Democratic mayor.

Josephine Lombardozzi Williams, 93, on May 11. Together with her late husband, Harry, she owned and operated Lombardo Music Studio on Hamilton Avenue in Trenton for more than 25 years.

Joseph V. Mule Jr., 71, on May 6. He owned Mule Plumbing & Heating for more than 50 years.

Tammy L. Briggs Amari, 47, on May 8. She was employed by Wells Fargo Bank in Robbinsville for 25 years.

Michael Emro, 56, on May 2. He was the proprietor of Michael Emro Painting Inc.

Charles Greeno, 79, on May 5. He was a mechanical engineer for Bristol-Myers Squibb.

Lawrence A. Rothwell, 92, on May 5. He was the owner of Pennington Quality Market, which he purchased in 1981 and grew into one of the top independent supermarkets in the industry.

Leslie Albert Torrington, 84, on May 7. He was an engineer for RCA Astro Space, where he had more than a dozen patents.

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