With the goal of maintaining a high level of patient safety, Capital Health has established a new process for those arriving at its emergency departments.
In a March 31 letter, Hamilton Area YMCA CEO Diana Zita appealed to members for support, revealing the organization laid off nearly all its employees after the COVID-19 pandemic caused revenues to disappear “in an instant.”
Ewing Mayor Bert Steinmann is the first mayor in Mercer County to test positive for COVID-19
Nottingham Insurance Agency has has earned a 2020 Make More Happen Award, which recognizes the business' volunteer work with Mobile Meals of Hamilton.
A lot has changed, but one thing hasn’t: the staff at Community News Service is still committed to providing accurate, timely news to our community.
Handmade masks can't fully protect health-care workers from Covid-19, but in the absence of adequate supplies, they can provide some protection to those on the front line of the crisis
The most vital tips about COVID-19 from health organizations and local government has been consolidated in one place for ease of access.
Ewing police were called to an apartment on Concord Avenue at approximately 1 a.m. Saturday morning, March 28, on a noise violation
Faced with a growing number of COVID-19 cases, the county has put out a call for volunteers to join the Mercer County Medical Reserve Corps
A task force has been formed in Burlington County to confront the outbreak and concerns surrounding the novel coronavirus.