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Robbinsville makes KN95 masks available to seniors

The Robbinsville Township Office of Emergency Management is making KN95 face masks available to seniors citizens.

Coronavirus testing site to open in Robbinsville on April 9

Robbinsville Township and Central Jersey Urgent Care have partnered to make the township municipal building parking lot available for Covid-19 testing starting Thursday

Mercer County starts providing local Covid-19 data — Hamilton, Trenton, East Windsor have most cases

No breakdown on county's 24 deaths, but finally some information on how coronavirus has impacted individual towns in the county

740 cases, 19 deaths in Mercer County: April 6 update

Mercer County had 654 positive cases as of Sunday, 586 as of Saturday and 484 cases as of Friday. However, the case count has nearly tripled since last Monday, when there were 249 positive test results and one death reported for Mercer County

Robbinsville School District names Brian Betze as new superintendent

Brian J. Betze has been selected by the school board as the new schools chief and will start in the position effective July 1.

Hamilton YMCA starts food drive, full-time day care for first responders

The Hamilton Area YMCA is holding a food drive to benefit Mercer Street Friends, and has also announced that they will be offering full-day child-care services for those who are on the front line in the coronavirus crisis

First-time filmmaker Rajiv Walia scores festival entry

Walia, a first-time filmmaker, was one entry of over 1,800 in this year’s festival. The 38-year-old filmmaker who was originally born in Kenya, Africa, and has been a resident of New Jersey for 10 years, had his first self-produced film featured in the GSFF

The things we cannot see

As I write this reflection, we are in the midst of the rapid spread of the coronavirus outbreak throughout our state, our nation, and the world. This unprecedented pandemic has caused an even greater increase in anxiety and fear to an already frenetic and stressed-out society. The pandemic has led me to ponder the things in our lives that impact us deeply yet cannot be seen

Kendal Chmielewski does it all for Robbinsville High School lacrosse

“I’m looking to play Division III, but it doesn’t matter as long as I can play,” she said. “I just want to play the game that I love. I just love the dedication it takes and the standards I have to live up to playing the game”

What Mercer-area hospitals want you to know before you donate

Each Trenton-area hospital has rules and requests to ensure donations wind up in the correct hands and don’t inadvertently hinder workers’ ability to do their jobs.

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3 Mercer towns to provide drug, approved for COVID-19 treatment, at no cost

Greenhill Pharmacy in East Windsor has partnered with the townships of East Windsor, Robbinsville and Hamilton to provide Hydroxychloroquine Sulfate to treat patients suffering from COVID-19 at no cost starting tomorrow.