Friday, October 30, 2020

Community News’ 2020 Mercer County election coverage

Your guide to this year's local elections

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.

New scholarship program to honor legendary principal’s lasting legacy

Dick Fitzpatrick taught Toll Gate, Stony Brook students to ‘Reach for the Stars’

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.

The legend of the Jersey Devil lives on in song, art and words

Presented by the Pinelands Cultural Society, this year’s Jersey Devil Night is set for an outside concert on Sunday, Oct. 4.

Hamilton’s Gilbert Howland awarded Congressional Gold Medal

Veterans of a top-secret U.S. Army unit that fought behind enemy lines in the jungles of Burma in World War II were honored in September.

Hamilton school board extends superintendent Scott Rocco’s contract

The Hamilton Township Board of Education unanimously voted at its Sept. 23 meeting to extend Scott Rocco's contract by five years.

Confirmed Covid-19 case at Toll Gate Grammar School

District says situation is confined to just the one school

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

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UPDATED: McGalliard Elementary closed as 7 Hamilton schools see COVID-19 cases

At Hamilton High West and McGalliard Elementary School, there were two unrelated COVID-19 cases, leading to the shutdown of the buildings.