Friday, August 7, 2020

Pandemic drives home the value of local, natural, sustainable farms

Local farms have made strong connections stronger among their customers as the coronavirus pandemic has demonstrated the fragility of our food supply chain

New Location for Capital Health Primary Care — Bordentown

New Route 130, same provider of pediatric, adult, and geriatric care in Burlington County

Mercer College nursing professor, alumni reunite in ICU to battle Covid-19

MCCC nursing professor Lisa Dunn now working side-by-side with 5 former students at RWJ Hospital Hamilton

United Moms donate 14K masks, cash to RWJ University Hospital Hamilton

The hospital says the contributions will be used to support the hospital’s ongoing priority mission of patient and staff safety

Ewing man returns home from hospital after extended battle vs. COVID-19 (video)

Ewing resident Miguel Ortiz spent more than 40 days in the hospital fighting COVID-19—most of it on a ventilator. This week he finally got to go home.

Quaker Bridge coronavirus test site closing, moving to Trenton

Mercer County is closing its drive-up COVID-19 testing site in the parking lot of Quaker Bridge Mall in Lawrence Township and moving it to Trenton, effective tomorrow.

A view from the front line in the war against the coronavirus

Dr. Aleesha Shaik, a graduate of West Windsor-Plainsboro High School North, writes about her experiences combating the coronavirus at a hospital in New York City.

Trenton adds Covid-19 dashboard to city website

The site now includes an information hub for assistance programs and public safety, community impact dashboard for latest stats on the pandemic, and a "business recovery center" for the city’s grant and loans to small businesses

Letter: ‘Hope is in Hamilton’ now and in the future

Hope is in Hamilton is a campaign launched May 1 on the RWJUH Hamilton and the Shop Hamilton business’ social media pages with uplifting and inspirational messages of hope paired with the hashtag #HopeIsInHamilton

Governor gives restart date for NJ nonessential businesses, construction

Businesses will be allowed to start back up — with restrictions — within a week's time