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Mercer Eats
07/19/2020

Mercer Eats

Happy Sundae MercerEaters - it's National Ice Cream Day! (just in time)

CONTEST - WIN $25: To celebrate National Ice Cream Day we are running a local contest - comment on this post and let us know your favorite ice cream shop in Mercer County and you will be entered for a chance to win a $25 gift card spend there. That's right, easy, free ice cream!
- Must comment on original, MercerEats post
- Contest ends midnight, July 25.
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#mercereats #nationalicecreamday

06/29/2020
Mercer Eats

You say you'd like to get daily updates on local food & dining in your feed? Then like Mercer Eats, our new page, today!

Your guide to all things food related in Mercer County, New Jersey and the surrounding region. Brought to you by Community News, www.communitynews.org

05/16/2020
Trenton Tomato Pie Blues

Trenton Tomato Pie Blues

Trenton Bakes, The World Takes! The Trenton Tomato Pie Blues by Johnny and The Pie Men.

Now delivering to Robbinsville, New Jersey
05/16/2020

Now delivering to Robbinsville, New Jersey

Delicious food and booze delivered to your front door? You are in luck, Robbinsville - Blend Bar & Bistro delivers!

The BLEND BUS will deliver right to your house.

Call 609-245-8887 or blendbar.com.

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#mercereats #mercerstrong

Following a comprehensive review by each township, residential sewer rates in each municipality will increase effective ...
05/15/2020
Hamilton, Robbinsville announce joint decision to raise sewer rates

Following a comprehensive review by each township, residential sewer rates in each municipality will increase effective in July and reflected on the Oct. 1 bill.

Residential sewer rates in each municipality will increase effective in July and reflected on the Oct. 1 bill.

Mother's Day take out options in R'ville:
05/07/2020

Mother's Day take out options in R'ville:

Robbinsville - treat Mom to a delicious dinner this weekend! Check out the Mother's Day Specials at these great local places:
- Dolce and Clemente's Italian Gourmet Market > http://ow.ly/TuDE30qDu6l
- Massimo's Cucina > http://ow.ly/n9nL30qDOZl
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Members of the Robbinsville Township council and Mayor Dave Fried honored the late Lt. Col. John Kapferer with a drive-b...
05/05/2020
Robbinsville Township honors late veteran

Members of the Robbinsville Township council and Mayor Dave Fried honored the late Lt. Col. John Kapferer with a drive-by parade, salute, street renaming and a township resolution.

John Kapferer passed away last month and is the most decorated veteran in Robbinsville's history.

Robbinsville's virtual Safe Driving Spirit Week kicks off today. Check out how you can participate!
05/04/2020
Robbinsville class of 2021 to host Safe Driving Spirit Week

Robbinsville's virtual Safe Driving Spirit Week kicks off today. Check out how you can participate!

The class is participating in the U Got Brains Champion Schools Program, a peer-to-peer initiative focused on teen driving safety.

The budget will result in no increase in school taxes.
05/01/2020
Robbinsville school board approves 2020-21 budget

The budget will result in no increase in school taxes.

The budget will result in no increase in school taxes. However, there is an increase of $455,816‬ over last year's spending package.

The flight plan has been revealed for tomorrow's flyover by the US Navy's Blue Angels and US Air Force Thunderbirds in r...
04/27/2020
Thunderbirds, Blue Angels flyover to salute New Jersey's essential workers

The flight plan has been revealed for tomorrow's flyover by the US Navy's Blue Angels and US Air Force Thunderbirds in recognition of the work of frontline workers in the Covid-19 crisis.

The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, and the U.S. Navy's Blue Angels will honor frontline COVID-19 responders and essential workers with formation flights over New York City, Newark, Trenton and Philadelphia on Tuesday, April 28.

Want to know how school districts throughout the area are dealing with the pandemic (including you own)? In the story be...
04/17/2020
School superintendents reach out to their towns during COVID-19 crisis

Want to know how school districts throughout the area are dealing with the pandemic (including you own)? In the story below, we compiled messages and information that superintendents are sending to their communities.

Throughout this closure period superintendents throughout the area have been releasing regular updates to the community.

Area photographer Heather Raub is chronicling people during the COVID-19 crisis through photography. Any donations that ...
04/15/2020

Area photographer Heather Raub is chronicling people during the COVID-19 crisis through photography. Any donations that she receives are going to Homefront.
You can go to FrontRoom Images page to see the pictures she's been taking.
Anyone interested in participating in the project can contact her at [email protected] or (609) 203-9334.

Anyone in the Mercer/Bucks county area interested in helping...

I will be photo documenting individuals and families during this unprecedented time in our lives. At a more than safe distance, using a telephoto lens, I will photograph families in their doorway, through a window, or on the porch showcasing this new time in your life. You can highlight how your family is handling the 'stay at home' mandate by adding props to better tell your story.
Many photographers in the country and internationally are doing this to capture a moment in time. There is no charge. This is for documentary purposes. I will share on social media with your story if you give permission, and I will provide you with a digital copy of your photo.

Professionally, I am transitioning into more storytelling in my photography and would love to capture this time.

Below are images from another photographer doing this project in their neighborhood.

Let me know if you want to be a part of this.

Thank you!

Law enforcement authorities are taking these violations very seriously. If convicted, this guy could go to prison for up...
04/14/2020
Hamilton man charged with allegedly coughing at police officers

Law enforcement authorities are taking these violations very seriously. If convicted, this guy could go to prison for up to 10 years.

Robbinsville Police arrested a Hamilton man April 11 after he allegedly coughed at officers during a drunk driving arrest.

The City of Trenton reported 55 new cases from Tuesday to Wednesday, while Hamilton, now with the second most cases, saw...
04/10/2020
April 10 update: Trenton has most cases of Covid-19 in Mercer County

The City of Trenton reported 55 new cases from Tuesday to Wednesday, while Hamilton, now with the second most cases, saw an increase of 22 in the same period. Robbinsville's Health Department reported 32 cases as of April 8.

More residents have now tested positive for coronavirus in Trenton than any other municipality in Mercer County, according to figures released by the county today

We contacted the towns in our area to find out which municipal parks are still open. If you visit one of the open parks,...
04/09/2020
Are the parks in your town open or closed?

We contacted the towns in our area to find out which municipal parks are still open. If you visit one of the open parks, please remember to practice social distancing, and wear a face mask if you have one.

While all state and county parks have been closed in the state by Gov. Phil Murphy, many area municipal parks remain open for limited activities.

Those who want to be tested have to register online. For details click the link below.
04/07/2020
Coronavirus testing site to open in Robbinsville on April 9

Those who want to be tested have to register online. For details click the link below.

Robbinsville Township and Central Jersey Urgent Care have partnered to make the township municipal building parking lot available for Covid-19 testing from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. beginning Thursday.

Residents of Mercer County now have a clearer picture of how covid-19 has affected their communities, after the county r...
04/07/2020
Mercer County: Covid-19 data show Hamilton, Trenton, East Windsor have most cases

Residents of Mercer County now have a clearer picture of how covid-19 has affected their communities, after the county released town-by-town figures for positive test results for the first time. As of yesterday, Robbinsville had a reported 24 positive test results.

The County of Mercer has also provided a town-by-town breakdown of positive test results for the first time since the crisis began. These figures, which are accurate as of yesterday, show Hamilton with 165 cases, Trenton with 148 and East Windsor with 140.

Greenhill Pharmacy in East Windsor has partnered with the townships of East Windsor, Robbinsville and Hamilton to provid...
04/02/2020
Drug approved for COVID-19 treatment to be provided to Mercer County residents at no cost

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

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

Faced with a growing number of COVID-19 cases, the county has put out a call for volunteers to join the Mercer County Me...
03/30/2020
Mercer County emergency medical corps seeks volunteers

Faced with a growing number of COVID-19 cases, the county has put out a call for volunteers to join the Mercer County Medical Reserve Corps, a group that has been created to assist during times of crisis. Clink the link below for more information.

Faced with a growing number of COVID-19 cases, the county has put out a call for volunteers to join the Mercer County Medical Reserve Corps

People with symptoms of Covid-19 will able to do drive-up testing at a temporary site set up at Quaker Bridge Mall start...
03/29/2020
Mercer County to open drive-up Covid-19 testing site at Quaker Bridge Mall

People with symptoms of Covid-19 will able to do drive-up testing at a temporary site set up at Quaker Bridge Mall starting Tuesday, March 31. By appointment only — click link for details.

Mercer County will open an appointment-only, drive-up testing site for COVID-19 on Tuesday, March 31, at Quaker Bridge Mall. The testing center is for symptomatic Mercer County residents age 18 or older.

This is forever a work in progress, but we've recently gone through all of our Robbinsville restaurant listings in an ef...
03/26/2020
Restaurant round-up: local take-out, delivery, beer, booze and more

This is forever a work in progress, but we've recently gone through all of our Robbinsville restaurant listings in an effort to keep things up to date in terms of who's open for pickup and delivery. Comment below with restaurants we need to add/update, or send us restaurant news [email protected].

New Jersey restaurants are permitted to offer food for pick-up and delivery during non-curfew hours, which is 5 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. In this post find the latest information we have gathered on area restaurants, including contact info, pick-up and delivery options, specials, and more.

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Is that a Dollar Store they are going to put in Foxmoor Plaza where the old Thriftway used to be? Thought the plan was for Planet Fitness and a STEM school.
THIS TUESDAY, FEB. 11TH AT RHS.... ORDER YOUR CUSTOM VARSITY JACKET!! Got Lettered and Looking to order a Varsity Jacket? Good News For You! A Representative From Game Time Apparel Will Be At R.H.S. On Tuesday. Feb 11th From 5:30-7:30 During The RHS Vs. Steinert Boys Varsity Basketball Game To Do Varsity Jacket Fittings! You Are Also Welcome To Schedule An Appt At Our Office In Jackson. We Are Located At Exit 22 Of 195. Contact Us If You Have Any Questions! Game Time Apparel, Jackson, NJ 08527 @ www.Gtsportsapparel.Com or 732-534-4667. Also, Please Check out our Instagram @gametimeapparel to see why when it's GAME ON...IT'S GAME TIME!!
Hey Robbinsville! Are you looking for something exciting to do on this cold night?? Well come to Robbinsville High School to see your up and coming Robbinsville Ravens Girls Basketball team play! Concessions will be sold to support the program so come by, have a bite to eat, and watch them win! Girls Freshman game starts at 4:15pm against North Brunswick. Girls Junior Varsity game starts at 5:15pm against Notre Dame. Girls Varsity game starts at 7pm against Notre Dame. See you at the game and thank you for your support! !!GO RAVENS!!
It's almost time for It's A Ruff Life rescue's annual Trails4Tails Fest-Saturday, October 19, 2019! Looking for a fun filled day for the family? Than check our our event information below! Love to run, with or without your dog? Then this is the event for you! There's a race length for runners of all skills! Not a runner? That's okay, we have the "Fest" to keep you entertained with a dog agility course, dog costume contest & parade, K-9 demonstration, animal friendly vendors, food trucks and Beer & Wine Garden!! What more could you want!! You do not have to register to enjoy all the Fest has to offer. Fest is open to the public. FB page - https://www.facebook.com/trails4tailsfest/ Event page - https://www.facebook.com/events/675808999482166/ Website - https://www.trails4tailsnjpa.org
Volunteer Opportunities: LISTENERS Wanted CONTACT of Mercer County's Fall, 2019, HOTLINE Volunteer Training Courses start Tuesday, Sept. 10. Choice of morning or evening classes in Pennington, NJ. Training covers Mental Health First Aid, Active Listening Skills and Suicide Prevention Techniques. More information at www.contactofmercer.org or call 609-737-2000. Learn how to help people in emotional need or suicidal crisis. A training donation of $35 is requested.
Still need a fun summer camp for your child aged 6 - 14? There's still time to register for Hamilton Township Track and Field Camp being offered at Steinert HS in Hamilton July 8 – 12! Campers will learn different running drills and proper running form and participate in a fun-filled mini track meet on the last day of camp. Campers will also be able to pick the events in which they would like to participate. Aaron Oldfield of Hopewell Valley Central HS, and Joe McLaughlin, of Notre Dame HS, are the camp directors. http://www.hamiltonnj.com/filestorage/228428/228430/228796/228836/2019_Summer_Camp_Offerings.pdf
I love that you’re publishing more actively online now- well done Rob and Team!
Mercer County Teen faces hunger and homelessness as NJ Seizes Minors bank account to pay for his mothers ALIMONY: https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2324255627601800&id=471831432844238
Vintage Base Ball coming to Central and South Jersey. Vintage Base Ball is a pastime, with its beginnings and progressions mimicking those that occurred in America over 160 years ago. Teams competing today wear period reproduction uniforms, use period authentic equipment and follow baseball rules from the 19th century in order to accurately present the history of baseball to the public.