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Mercer County opens COVID testing site to symptom-free residents

Mercer County residents who believe they may have been exposed to COVID-19 but who are not displaying any symptoms may now be tested at...
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Princeton-Mercer tourism bureau releases inspirational video message

The Princeton-Mercer Convention and Visitors Bureau (PMCVB) released “Adventure Awaits in Mercer County,” a motivational video featuring highlights of nature-oriented activities in the Princeton...

NJSBA releases special report on reopening schools

The New Jersey School Boards Association (NJSBA) has released a special report exploring issues involved in the reopening of schools following the closures caused...

Route 1 Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Lawrenceville achieves specialized status to serve area...

Route 1 Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram (CDJR) of Lawrenceville has completed the stringent requirements to become an official Ram Agriculture Dealership to help them...

Virtual support group offers ‘check in’ to those suffering from mental illness

Southern Jersey Family Support Group will hold a virtual workshop for family members with a loved one with mental illness from 7-9 p.m. on...
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Princeton University Art Museum offers free six-month membership

Through May 31, the Princeton University Art Museum is offering free six-month memberships. While the galleries are temporarily closed, enjoy six months of exclusive virtual...

Rider University task force to evaluate possible fall opening

Rider University, which moved to remote learning in response to COVID-19 in March, has formed a task force to create a plan for the...
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Trenton doctor, national organization supply personal protective equipment in Trenton

A local Trenton physician and community organization teamed up to provide much needed supplies for frontline health care workers and senior residents in Trenton. Dr....
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Mercer County moves COVID-19 testing site in anticipation of mall reopening

Mercer County's appointment-only, drive-through COVID-19 testing site has been relocated from the parking lot at the Quaker Bridge Mall in Lawrence Township to a...

Teachers union, BOE approve contract for Lawrence public schools

Teachers, guidance counselors and instructional assistants are in line to receive an annual salary increase of 3% under a new contract approved by the...
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Mercer County Correction Center offers COVID-19 update

Eight inmates and four staff members at the Mercer County Correction Center in Hopewell Township have tested positive for COVID-19, but no COVID-19 deaths...
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Lawrence fourth grader is one of two state winners of anti-drug folder contest

Ask Wade Bullard how he felt when he learned that his poster was one of two winning entries in a statewide anti-drug poster contest,...

Burlington County CIT coordinator will discuss dealing with law enforcement during a mental health...

NAMI NJ (National Alliance on Mental Illness) and AACT-NOW (African American Community Together NOW) will hold a webinar, Successfully Dealing With Law Enforcement During...

Glittering jewels of the sky

By Michele S. Byers This time of year, New Jersey is popping with color from blooming flowers and shrubs and beautiful songbirds. One of the...
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New Jersey DEP denies permits sought for NESE pipeline project; Williams Company has no...

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) rejected the permits sought by Williams Transco to build its Northeast Supply Enhancement (NESE) Project, which...

Health Matters 5/15: Diabetes and COVID-19

By Sandra Byer-Lubin, R.D., C.D.E. Managing diabetes and controlling blood sugar when you’re sick can be more difficult than it is at other times. You...

NAMI NJ webinar series offers information on crisis planning, dealing with law enforcement

The NAMI NJ (National Alliance on Mental Illness) webinar series continues with Crisis Planning for Families from 1-2 p.m. on May 20. The webinar will...

New TV show will focus on business community in Mercer County

The Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber will launch a TV show featuring businesses and prominent figures of Mercer County this month. The show is being developed...
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