The Current sent each of the Class of 2020’s Top 10 academic students a questionnaire about high school life and their post-BRHS plans.
Trenton is now on "lockdown," said mayor Reed Gusciora, and the curfew will stay in place through June 1.
Although the district will not hold in-person commencement exercises this year, school officials have come up with a number of alternate plans to make sure this year is still a special one.
After opening in January, the Bordentown candy store now offers delivery and curbside pickup.
This year’s interview questions included the usual fare, like what college they plan to attend, RHS extracurriculars and favorite quotes.
Titled Analog Trenton, a recording released late in 2019 on CD and vinyl features 40 performers and bands from Trenton's underground music scene.
In March, Ewing Mayor Bert Steinmann became the first (and only, so far) mayor in Mercer County to test positive for COVID-19.
Ewing High School's Top 10 academic seniors express their feelings about how the pandemic affected their senior year.
Hamilton business owner Harold Laudien will complete a month-long running challenge on May 31 by running 31 miles to bring hope to residents
The almost $40,000 raised by the Princeton Community Auction will be allocated equally among 25 eligible local businesses in need.