Sunday, May 27, 2018

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.

Princeton Medical Institute now partnering with Lyft

Princeton Medical Institute and Global Alzheimer’s Platform Foundation have been working together with the goal to treat Alzheimer’s Disease. PMI is now offering free transportation through Lyft for patients interested in participating in Alzheimer’s studies.

Goalies Boal and Kunchapu lead High School North lacrosse’s strong start

Elena Boal and Sri Kunchapu selfishly could root against the other, but instead of looking at their own playing time, they are each other’s biggest fans.

Pennington varsity golf team tops Peddie, takes MCT

Pennington’s varsity golf team shot a total score of 320 on April 26 to capture the Mercer County Golf Championship.

Princeton Arts Roundup: art exhibits, literary readings, and live music

From art exhibit openings to literary readings, here's a roundup of upcoming events from the Princeton arts scene.

Let’s try: Hopewell restaurants Entrata and Thana Thai

Entrata opened its doors on Feb. 9, the fourth restaurant to open at this handsome 9B E. Broad St. location. Meanwhile, Patrons of Da’s Kitchen, Thana Thai Cuisine’s predecessor will find themselves feeling right at home in the restaurant’s new incarnation.

‘Other canal’ focus of Delaware River Greenway Partnership illustrated lecture

On Monday, May 14, archaeologist Richard Hunter will give an illustrated lecture, “Trenton’s Other Canal: the Trenton Water Power."

Hopewell Valley to celebrate Pennington Day May 19

Preparations are underway for another Pennington Day, Pennington’s annual community street fair, which is set to be held on South Main Street on Saturday, May 19.

Lawrence students win awards, qualify for national competition

The Lawrence High School STEM Academy seniors qualify for nationals, the Odyssey of the Mind teams come out on top, and other school news from around the township.

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