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Princeton Symphony Orchestra website to offer free content

The Princeton Symphony Orchestra has launched At Home with the PSO, a new feature on the organization’s website.

Mercer County Library’s ‘TrashedArt 2020’ contest goes virtual

They are looking for artists who can remake, reuse and renew the items they would normally recycle or throw in the trash, turning them into something unique and beautiful.

Hamilton filmmaker Jamaal Green gains notice on festival circuit

Hamilton resident Jamaal Green's project "Chronicles Of: The Good Reverend" was featured in the ticketed, block schedule of the 2020 Garden State Film Festival

Artist reflects on legacy of Grounds For Sculpture founder Seward Johnson

Artist Léni Paquet-Morant writes about her work with Grounds For Sculpture founder Seward Johnson, and how it led her to lay roots in Hamilton.

First-time filmmaker Rajiv Walia scores festival entry

Walia, a first-time filmmaker, was one entry of over 1,800 in this year’s festival. The 38-year-old filmmaker who was originally born in Kenya, Africa, and has been a resident of New Jersey for 10 years, had his first self-produced film featured in the GSFF

Thomas Kelly: 9 questions with Katelyn Liepins

Katelyn Liepins’s work is mesmerizing. Her work is linear, angular and based on geometric drawings. She uses tape to define, highlight and transform space into something new. The installation pieces force you to look and follow the path.

West Windsor emergency services director Jim Yates retires after 35 years

Jim Yates, director of the West Windsor Fire and Emergency Services Division, retired on March 31 after 35 years of service.

Area libraries look to keep people engaged — even from home

If you’re looking for a respite from these trying times, local libraries say they are ready to provide some. The Mercer County Library System's buildings are closed due to the...

Liberty Lake Day Camp kicks off ‘Virtual Camp’

Liberty Lake Day Camp has taken the initiative of bringing “fun in the sun” online through the magic of social media and technology

NJ 4th District Congressional art competition going virtual for 2020

Due to the national emergency response to the coronavirus outbreak, Congressman Chris Smith will hold his Annual Congressional High School Art Competition and Exhibition as a virtual show

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3 Mercer towns to provide drug, approved for COVID-19 treatment, at no cost

Greenhill Pharmacy in East Windsor has partnered with the townships of East Windsor, Robbinsville and Hamilton to provide Hydroxychloroquine Sulfate to treat patients suffering from COVID-19 at no cost starting tomorrow.