Saturday, July 11, 2020

Ready to dine outdoors? Princeton has an abundance of tasty options

Outdoor dining spots in Princeton sprout like dandelions in the spring. Some are official, others are created at little places where food and seating come together.

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.

Mercer County Community College inaugural Athletics Hall of Fame class announced

Mercer County Community College's inaugural Athletics Hall of Fame class includes three national championship teams, two Major League Baseball players and a legendary basketball coach.

Protesters march down Route 33 at Hamilton Township rally

Hundreds gathered at Sayen Gardens in Hamilton to protest the loss of Black lives to police brutality.

Steinert High staff wish Class of 2020 the best in heartfelt video

Faculty empathize with students who have missed out on many hoped for senior year experiences

Hopewell woman pens Kinsley’s Bill in honor of daughter

The bill requires health insurance carriers to provide coverage for those 18 or younger with complex medical needs.
More Than Q

More Than Q hoping for late June opening in West Windsor

Award-winning Lambertville BBQ restaurant has seen its Princeton-area location opening delayed months by permit issues and the pandemic
Mercer County, NJ

COVID-19 outbreak declared at Mercer County Correction Center after 12 test positive

Eight incarcerated individuals and four staff members out of approximately 205 have tested positive for COVID-19.

Mercer County restaurant guide: who’s open, who’s delivering, what’s new

The latest information we have gathered on area restaurants, including contact info, pick-up and delivery options, specials, and more

Robbinsville’s historic Windsor School makes way for park, housing

The 111-year-old Windsor School was knocked down in late April, a decision reached after township officials had extensive discussions on what to do with the township-owned property.

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NJMVC

NJ Motor Vehicle Commission to offer services to walk-in customers, July 7

The MVC designated its state agencies as either a vehicle or licensing center to limit specific operations to each location and follow safety guidelines.

A Jersey diner moves on