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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.
Princeton Community Auction

Lawrenceville foundation awards $90K to local seniors, college students

The Princeton Area Community Foundation awarded scholarships to six students from Mercer County, recognizing that this year was tough on all students.

Ilene Black: Plumbing the depths of a COVID-19 DIY project

We have a powder room off our bedroom. To say it is small is like saying that it doesn’t get that humid in New Jersey. I paced it off—it’s about 4 feet by 6 feet.

Helen Kull: A historic find at an area yard sale

I was leaving the Garden Center behind Buxton’s on Lower Ferry Road recently when my eye caught what appeared to be a framed map on an easel at a yard sale being held on the premises.

June protests in Ewing decry racism

The ripples from the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25 spread to Ewing Township on several occasions over the past month.

Gov. Phil Murphy postpones start of indoor dining

The state planned to ease dining restrictions starting this week, but decided against it after COVID-19 spikes in other states that enacted similar policies.

Mercer County home to growing number of BBQ restaurants

They come and they go, but here are some BBQ spots in Mercer County that are satisfying local palettes now
Anchor House 500-mile ride

Annual Anchor House Ride for Runaways goes virtual, starting July 11

The Trenton organization will hold its 42nd bike ride fundraiser virtually, offering new ride and walk options available for sign up until the day before.

Ewing High School honors Class of 2020 graduates (video)

Members of the Ewing High School Class of 2020 celebrated their graduation last night in a virtual ceremony posted on Youtube.

Citing ‘pattern of inaction,’ DEP files lawsuit against Trenton Water Works

State calls out Trenton city council for its inability to properly fund measures that would reduce the risk of lead and pathogens in TWW’s drinking water.

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