Sunday, July 5, 2020
Princeton Community Auction

Lawrenceville foundation awards $90K to local seniors, college students

The Princeton Area Community Foundation awarded scholarships to six students from Mercer County, recognizing that this year was tough on all students.

Gov. Phil Murphy postpones start of indoor dining

The state planned to ease dining restrictions starting this week, but decided against it after COVID-19 spikes in other states that enacted similar policies.

Mercer County home to growing number of BBQ restaurants

They come and they go, but here are some BBQ spots in Mercer County that are satisfying local palettes now
Town & Country Diner

Town & Country Diner reopens today for outdoor service and pickup

The Bordentown restaurant, which came under new management a year ago, was forced to close due to the COVID-19 pandemic and opens June 25 for dining.

Old Hights Brewing opens in Hightstown

Hightstown became the latest small New Jersey town to welcome a craft brewery when Old Hights Brewing Company opened its online store for business this afternoon

Proposed Hamilton Township budget would raise taxes by 4.4 cents

Hamilton Township Mayor Jeff Martin will present this year's budget to the Township Council tonight at 6:30 p.m. via teleconference.

Citing ‘pattern of inaction,’ DEP files lawsuit against Trenton Water Works

State calls out Trenton city council for its inability to properly fund measures that would reduce the risk of lead and pathogens in TWW’s drinking water.
njdep

Hamilton awarded nearly $180K ‘Clean Communities’ grant

The NJDEP grant will help environment protection efforts, including the Bromley neighborhood cleanup, annual stream cleanups and street sweeping efforts.
Mama Rosa's outdoor dining

Hamilton restaurants to open for outdoor dining June 15

Local establishments have been approved by the township to safely reopen for outdoor dining, as state regulations due to COVID-19 start to change.

Fired Stone Terrace chef had history of racist Facebook posts

The account paints Joe Russo as a passionate conservative whose posts veer into racism during major events involving black Americans. His posts often receive dozens of comments, suggesting the Facebook page has been a haven for these kinds of attitudes for some time now.

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