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Hike in winter? This Mercer County workshop may convince you to give it a try

Think winter is the wrong time to break out the backpacks? If you attend John Lambdin's Winter Family Hike workshop on Jan. 19, he may just convince you

No electric? No problem for Hopewell’s Michael Strizki

Michael Strizki converted his home to run on hydrogen and solar energy, making it the first solar hydrogen residence in North America.

Ally Oldfield an all-around leader for Hopewell girls’ basketball

Ally Oldfield understands that with the graduation of leading scorers Meggy Wiley and Katee Kemether, the Bulldogs are in need of some inside scoring.
Paloma Santiago

PGA pro Paloma Santiago helping to clearing new paths in golf

Paloma Santiago is a member of PGA LEAD/PGA of America, which was created to identify, mentor and progress PGA members from diverse backgrounds, who aspire to assume leadership positions in the association.

Robin Schore: Cats, not the musical

About three months ago, the cat infestation crossed the digital barrier into my reality when we acquired two kittens from a local shelter.

Lisa Wolff: Considering conservation

A group of like-minded Mercer County non-profits and organizations partnered on an ambitious program intended to secure the future of “Conservation through Diversity and Teamwork.”

Hopewell robotics’ Make-a-Thon focuses on ALS

The five prizewinning innovations included an elevating and reclining wheelchair, an exoskeleton, a subscription-based wheelchair service, a slide-on fork, and an electromagnetic glove.

PALS on Main creates a community for all

Sergio and Violetta Neri have recently opened a new store, PALS on Main, involving adults in PALS, in Pennington.

Prosecutor: ‘Lone actor’ linked to 22 burglaries in West Windsor

A Mercer County grand jury returned a nine-count indictment this week charging a 'lone actor' with five residential burglaries in Mercer and Middlesex counties

Trenton Water Works to hold public forums in January

Trenton Water Works will hold four public forums in its suburban service area this month, with a potential rate hike among the subjects the utility promises to discuss.

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Bordentown City police arrest suspect in Jan. 14 robbery

Bordentown City police arrested George T. Rodgers of Trenton following the Jan. 14 robbery of Investors Bank on Route 130.