Monday, March 30, 2020

Downtown Bordentown Association supporting city’s business community

Organizations like the Downtown Bordentown Association are appealing to their communities to support local businesses that remain open during the Covid-19 crisis.

Gov. Murphy gives statewide stay-at-home order, closes nonessential businesses

List of essential businesses includes health-care facilities, supermarket, hardware stores and banks

First case of coronavirus identified in Bordentown

The Burlington County Health Department was notified of the test results on Thursday, March 19 and has started to identify close contacts.

Restaurant round-up: who’s got take-out, who’s got delivery, who’s got booze and more

The latest information we have gathered on area restaurants, including contact info, pick-up and delivery options, specials, and more

The latest on coronavirus in Mercer County

Municipalities and facilities in the Mercer County region have made a number of adjustments following the COVID-19 outbreak.

Dick Gratton keeps music memories alive at Trenton Social

While the music venues have changed, Gratton is still on track and making music in Trenton

Bordentown residents in the dumps about new trash program

“Articulated pickup has many benefits, including cleaner pickups, more efficient service and lower labor costs,” Bordentown officials said in a press release.

Elizabeth Campbell attributes successful career to Bordentown roots

Campbell was elected chair of the Council on Legal Education Opportunity last month.

Frader follows in his father’s footsteps for Bordentown bowling

Lucas Frader went on to enjoy a solid four-year career with the Scotties, which he capped this season with a 160 average to lead the team.

Bordentown wrestler Ermi’s ‘style’ is unpredictability on the mat

If an opponent saw Colman Ermi do one thing on Wednesday, he might not have seen it when they meet on Friday.

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Mercer County area grocery store update: hours, delivery, seniors, more

A number of area grocery stores have altered their hours and services due to safety precautions necessitated by the spread of COVID-19