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Mercer County Library System eyes fall reopening

County officials say Mercer County Library System staff are working hard at making the nine branch libraries and procedures safe, and anticipates a reopening, with limited services, capacity and hours, this fall

National website says Pizza Den in Princeton has best pizza in Central New Jersey

Old Chambersburg favorites nowhere to be found in rankings from The Daily Meal

Robbinsville’s Terri Rinyu researches lineage of Doughboy monument

When she realized a Robbinsville staple was turning 100 this year, she decided to put her geneaology skills to the test.

Interconnectd brings groups together during time of isolation

As quarantining due to coronavirus began to take effect, Pooja Yerneni and Shweta Raman started to think about loneliness.

Robbinsville cheerleader fulfills lifelong dream at University of Kentucky

When Carly Landow had to write about where she saw herself after four years, she said that she wanted to be a University of Kentucky cheerleader.

New deadline the latest hurdle to 2020 Census accuracy

As we approach the finish line for the 2020 Census, enumerators in New Jersey are facing serious obstacles to achieving a fair and complete count.

Hamilton, Robbinsville request investigation into Optimum/Altice

The letters detail 11 examples from the hundreds of complaints received by both municipal offices over the past several months.

Fried: We hear your frustrations loud and clear

Tropical Storm Isaias lashed New Jersey on Aug. 4 to remind us the ongoing war against COVID-19 was not the only battle that would test our resolve.

Mercer County law enforcement arrest 58 in Santander Bank ATM scam

As of Aug. 20, police say prepaid debit cards were used to steal more than $250,000 from ATMs across Mercer County.

November’s general election to be primarily vote-by-mail

Procedures will be similar to those used for July primaries.

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Kevin Johnson sues Bordentown Township, officials for racial discrimination

Johnson, a Black real estate developer behind Team85 Fitness and Wellness, filed a lawsuit against Bordentown Township and five current and former municipal officials Sept. 9.