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Runner pushes herself to the limit in World Marathon Challenge

Kerri Mandell recently completed the World Marathon Challenge, which took the international coterie of 30 runners who completed the 186-hour marathon around the globe in a week.

WW-P South’s Charles Jiang has grown since starting lacrosse in fifth grade

In the face of the uncertainty of the spring sports season due to the fear of the spread of coronavirus, Charles Jiang spent time playing wall ball.

Tommy Zovich applies his skills to two sports at WW-P High School North

It doesn’t take Tommy Zovich long to transition from wrestling into lacrosse.

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.

Mercer Science and Engineering Fair moves online due to COVID-19

The Mercer Science and Engineering Club adapted to the times by having students submit projects online, with judging taking place over Zoom

Guide to municipal news and Covid-19 updates during the crisis

A summary of all the municipal websites and social media feeds where residents can get up-to-date (or not so up-to-date) information on the Covid-19 crisis

NJ’s newly launched jobs portal attracts thousands of job hunters

In the midst of the current health care crisis, far too many New Jerseyans are also feeling job and financial stress. A record number of people have filed for unemployment claims as Covid-19 has ravaged the economy.

West Windsor emergency services director Jim Yates retires after 35 years

Jim Yates, director of the West Windsor Fire and Emergency Services Division, retired on March 31 after 35 years of service.

Six in Plainsboro nursing home die from coronavirus (Update)

A nursing home in Plainsboro appears to have been the center of a deadly outbreak of COVID-19.

Mercer Mask Project providing protection for health-care community

Handmade masks can't fully protect health-care workers from Covid-19, but in the absence of adequate supplies, they can provide some protection to those on the front line of the crisis

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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.