Sunday, July 5, 2020

Drive-in culture roars back to life in New Jersey

America’s love affair with drive-in theaters started in New Jersey nearly 90 years ago, so it’s only fitting they have come roaring back to life.

Grocery stores, farm stores innovate to stay ahead of pandemic

The pandemic presented stores like Whole Earth Center, as well as farms like Terhune Orchards in Lawrence, with entirely different challenges from the ones other businesses faced
HV Mobile Food Pantry car supplies

Hopewell Valley starts up Mobile Food Pantry to help food insecure families

A bus delivery system and food supply was organized by Hopewell Borough, Hopewell Township, Pennington Borough and the HVRSD at the start of the pandemic.

Robbinsville’s Marie Thadal aims to educate kids, empower women

In 2017, Robbinsville resident and cosmetic scientist Marie Thadal visited her native country of Haiti.

Rallies, petition address the state of race in Robbinsville

The petition challenges the school district to help students, faculty and staff lead actively antiracist lives using a set of actions.

Community News Service wins 8 awards for outstanding journalism

Community News Service has been recognized by three professional organizations for work done in 2019. CNS has won awards in 11 consecutive years.

Robbinsville Township to reward residents for shopping local

Residents can earn a $20 gift card when they spend $20 at five different Robbinsville businesses throughout the month.

Gusciora names Rick Kavin as Trenton’s new LGBTQ community liaison

Trenton Mayor Reed Gusciora has announced the creation of a new liaison position to help assist Trenton’s LGBTQ residents and advocate for policies that support their community.

Ewing High senior Namiaya Kelton honored by Mercer County

A lifetime of giving and community service started for Namiaya Kelton with a coat when she was 8.
Old Barracks Museum, Trenton

Old Barracks Museum in Trenton reopens July 2 at limited capacity

The local museum that closed in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic is opening its doors to small groups, while following state mandated safety guidelines.

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