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5-course farm-to-table dinner July 18 to benefit Mercer Green Fest

For the sixth year, Terhune Orchards will collaborate with chefs from the Terra Momo Restaurant Group

Lane closures to affect Pennsylvania-bound traffic on 295

Pennsylvania-bound traffic on 295 will be reduced from three lanes to one between Exit 73 (Scotch Road) and the Scudders Falls Bridge. Drivers are encouraged to plan an alternate route of travel.

Jerry Wilson keeps ‘the streak’ alive for Notre Dame High School track

Notre Dame High School senior Jerry Wilson came through, hoisting the javelin a personal-best 161-feet, 8-inches to take third place in the Non-Public A Championship.

Fireworks, concerts and more to mark July 4 in Mercer County

From concerts and fireworks to historical demonstrations, there are plenty of ways to celebrate the July 4 festivities in the Mercer County Area.

Lawrence boys’ tennis team wraps up best season ever

With an 18-3 record it was, simply stated, the greatest boys’ tennis season in LHS history.

Inspired by a Facebook photo, Carrie Turansky pens 20th novel

Based on her research on the British Home Children, Carrie Turansky published her 20th book, No Ocean Too Wide, last month.

Lawrence High counselor Ann DeGennaro honored by Prevention Coalition

An old experience continues to inform Ann DeGennaro's work as a counselor, which was honored last month with the Excellence in Prevention award by the Prevention Coalition of Mercer County.

Rider University STEM Summer Institute: academic experience for community college students

Community college students who want to pursue a STEM-related major at a four-year institution can preview the experience

‘The Perfect Fraud’ debut novel for Titusville author Ellen LaCorte

LaCorte will be reading and signing copies of her book at several New Jersey locations in June and July

Burlington Stores plans fall 2019 opening in Nassau Park

Lawrence location will remain in operation, spokesperson says

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Risoldi’s Market Cafe in Hamilton to close after 70 years in business

Risoldi’s Market Cafe in Hamilton is officially closing after over 70 years of business. Owner Sam Risoldi, Jr., said the decision comes after increased competition in the area over the last five years.