Thursday, May 24, 2018

Mattia breaks High School South boys’ lax single season scoring record

David Mattia, a High School South senior, scored goals 57 for the season to snap the single-season goal scoring record of 55 that he had shared with Alex Rohrbach from 2011.

Mercer County Teen Arts Festival set for this Friday

The 2018 Mercer County Teen Arts Festival will be held Friday, May 18, from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on the campus of Mercer County Community College in West Windsor.

MCCC softball team sweeps district tournament, heads to NJCAA World Series

The Mercer County Community College softball team combined dominant pitching with timely hits and solid defense in a weekend sweep of Mercyhurst to capture the National Junior College Athletic Association Division II District K championship.

Pennington Players bring ‘Glengarry Glen Ross’ to Kelsey Theatre May 25 to June 3

Join the Pennington Players as they present David Mamet’s modern classic, Glengarry Glen Ross, at Mercer County Community College’s Kelsey Theatre.

Hamilton Mayor Yaede selects longtime police captain to succeed retiring chief

Mayor Kelly Yaede has selected Hamilton Township Police Captain James M. Stevens to serve as the community’s next police chief.

Allegiant leaves Frontier flying solo at Trenton-Mercer Airport

In news that flew somewhat under the radar, Allegiant Airlines hasn't been flying out of Trenton-Mercer Airport since April 29.

Mercer County Clerk’s office returns to Courthouse Annex

The Mercer County Clerk's office will be returning to its previous location at 209 South Broad Street, the Courthouse Annex, by the end of July.

Trenton Restaurant 5Oh4 serves up Jamaican, soul food on North Clinton Avenue

Trenton’s culinary scene, and the North Clinton Avenue commercial corridor, are welcoming another business: Restaurant 5Oh4, serving Jamaican food and soul food.

Mercer County launches campaign to combat stigma tied to mental health, addiction

Mercer County officials have announced a yearlong campaign to combat stigma associated with mental illness and addiction and to support those who are impacted.

MCCC’s College VOICE newspaper staff win 25 state and regional awards

Anyone looking for proof that hard works pays off need simply take a look at Mercer County Community College’s student newspaper, The College VOICE.

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