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2018 election results: who won in your town?

The following is based on the unofficial election results from Burlington, Mercer and Middlesex counties.

Eight Mercer County residents honored at New Jersey Senior Citizen Art Show

The 20 Mercer County residents participating in the 52nd annual New Jersey Senior Citizen Art Show took home nine awards.

Mercer County’s Ice Skating Center opens for season Nov. 5

Mercer County’s Ice Skating Center, located in Mercer County Park, will open for the season Monday, Nov. 5.

West Windsor bank robbery suspect apprehended

Authorities have arrested a suspect wanted in association with an attempted bank robbery in West Windsor on Oct. 29.

WW-P superintendent explains $114.8M school bond vote on Nov. 6 ballot

West Windsor-Plainsboro Schools Superintendent David Aderhold makes his case for voters to approve a $114.8 million school bond vote on the Nov. 6 ballot.

Three up for West Windsor council seat

Three candidates are running for election Nov. 6 to a one-year unexpired term on West Windsor council.

Biotech company Erytech comes to West Windsor

If French biotech company Erytech is right about Erycaps technology, it could lead to a cure for cancer. And the medicine will be made in an unassuming office in West Windsor.

Over 20 pounds of prescription drugs turned in during county’s Take-Back Day

Mercer County residents turned in over 20 pounds of unused or expired prescription drugs for disposal during the county's Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.

Shikha Rastogi organized a successful Discover India 2018

Discover India 2018, held in Patriots Theater in Trenton on October 7th was a day to remember.

Yardley Players bring ‘Beauty and the Beast’ to Kelsey Theatre

The Yardley Players are bringing the beloved Disney musical Beauty and the Beast to Mercer County Community College’s Kelsey Theatre Nov. 2 to Nov. 11.

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Racist Facebook posts shake up Hamilton Township School Board election

The Hamilton Post searched Hamilton Township school board candidates' Facebook accounts and found two had a history of offensive comments.