Friday, July 10, 2020

Alexander Street/Road to reopen in Princeton, West Windsor

By the end of next week, Alexander Road is scheduled to reopen upon the completion of two separate bridge replacement projects.

Commentary: Isolation could be deadly for those in substance-abuse recovery

For addicts and alcoholics, meetings can be a lifeline. In other words, the current state of isolation for people like me could be deadly.

RWJ and Shop Hamilton band together to lift community spirits

Robert Wood Johnson Hospital Hamilton and Shop Hamilton have joined forces to bring optimism to the community with the “Hope is in Hamilton” campaign.

Plainsboro company offering 90-day supply of insulin at no cost

Drug maker Novo Nordisk Inc., headquartered in Plainsboro, is offering free insulin to those impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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

City of Trenton reports first positive test of Covid-19

The 48-year-old female has been under self-quarantine since being tested on March 11

Two in Lawrence Township test positive for COVID-19

Two presumptive positive cases of COVID-19 have been found in Lawrence Township, increasing the total in Mercer County to six.

‘Nurtured Heart’ helping Hopewell Valley parents connect with their kids

Upcoming NHA parenting training sessions will start on April 15 and run through May 20 — parents in the district will receive a notice this month

Trenton artists get spotlight at North Jersey’s Morris Museum

Trenton art is attracting attention elsewhere in the state as the Morris Museum in Morristown continues two exhibitions featuring artists representing the creative spirit in the capital city

Elizabeth Campbell attributes successful career to Bordentown roots

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

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Anti-racism protests held across Hamilton demand equality, justice

The second week of June seemed to start a sort of reckoning in Hamilton, with rallies stressing the importance of supporting people of color.

A Jersey diner moves on