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What you need to know before you vote in the Nov. 3 general election

The process of voting, details on how to register or update your registration and how to check online to ensure your ballot has arrived.

Ewing Democrats: We are focused on quality of life for residents

Three Democratic council members—council president Jennifer Keyes-Maloney, council vice president David J. Schroth, and Kevin Baxter — are running for re-election this year, unopposed by any Republican candidates on...

5 running for 3 school board seats in Ewing

We surveyed the candidates for Ewing school board this year. Here are their responses

Mercer County Board of Elections: How to vote safely in the 2020 general election

Voting for the Nov. 3, 2020 election will be different than entering a voting booth and pressing the buttons for preferred candidates.

Ewing’s Joshua Hughes signs with Kansas-based indoor football team

Hughes, a 2020 graduate of Wesley College, has signed a deal with the Salina Liberty of the Champions Indoor Football league

Mercer County Library System eyes fall reopening

County officials say Mercer County Library System staff are working hard at making the nine branch libraries and procedures safe, and anticipates a reopening, with limited services, capacity and hours, this fall

Trenton Water Works launches 2-year project to color-code fire hydrants

Trenton Water Works says it will paint 3,501 fire hydrants in its five-municipality service area over the next 24 months, weather permitting

Paula Sollami Covello named honorary chair of Womanspace Communities of Light

The Mercer County clerk has been the co-chair and municipality coordinator for Communities of Light for many years

YWCA Princeton Welcomes Jenn Johnston as its new Director of Development 

YWCA Princeton has announced that Jenn Johnston has joined the staff as director of development, effective Sept. 14. Johnston has over 10 years of experience building and managing relationships, with...

Helen Kull: Marking places and People

In some ways, I prefer the concept of “a living memorial” to memorialize a person or event. While the stone markers listed above have firmly, quietly and steadfastly marked a location, event or memorialized a person, many also often sit unnoticed for years

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Hamilton High West student tests positive for COVID-19

A student at Hamilton High School West has tested positive for COVID-19. Close contacts have been notified by the Hamilton school district.