Sunday, July 5, 2020

Three Mercer County towns lift curfew restrictions

Ewing, Lawrence and Hamilton townships have lifted curfew restrictions that have been in effect the last two nights.

Trenton adds expanded COVID-19 testing

Residents will no longer need a prescription to obtain a test, state Department of Health officials said.

Trenton adds Covid-19 dashboard to city website

The site now includes an information hub for assistance programs and public safety, community impact dashboard for latest stats on the pandemic, and a "business recovery center" for the city’s grant and loans to small businesses

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

Area school districts continue meal programs for the food insecure

School districts have been working hard to continue free and reduced food programs to assist students during the ongoing health crisis.

Restaurants and their suppliers add groceries to the menu

Local businesses across the region have taken on the task of providing products from their pantries and warehouses to residents.

The Rescue Mission of Trenton: Continuing to serve those in need in these unprecedented times

'For more than a century, whenever someone knocks on our shelter’s door, we just ask two questions: What’s your name? and Are you hungry?'

Trenton streams the blues

Livestreaming is a new twist in the Candle Light Lounge’s operations, run by Trenton native E.C. Bradley, a retired construction company owner

Coronavirus test clinics in Trenton, at QB Mall closed for weather on April 13

Mercer County has closed all Covid-19 test sites — including a walk-up site in Trenton and the drive-up site at Quaker Bridge Mall in Lawrence — today, Monday April 13, due to high-wind warnings from the National Weather Service

Are the parks in your town open or closed?

While all state and county parks have been closed in the state by Gov. Phil Murphy, many area municipal parks remain open for limited activities.

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