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Thu, April 08
7:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 04/08/2021 7:00pm America/New_York Planning Board Meeting

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2090 Greenwood Ave. Trenton, NJ 08609

2090 Greenwood Ave.
Trenton, NJ 08609

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Mercer County to Set Spending Plan for Economic Recovery Funds

April 10, 2021

TRENTON, NJ  – Mercer County Executive Brian M. Hughes recently announced that his Administration has begun planning how to their federal portion of American Rescue Plan (ARP.)  The County is slated to receive $71 million from the federal COVID-19 relief package that President Biden recently signed into law.

“The pandemic has affected nearly every ...

Mercer County Celebrate Public Health Week, Remembers Health Educator Lost to COVID

TRENTON, NJ -- Mercer County Brian M. Hughes encouraged the community to commemorate Public Health Week that will be held between April 5 and 9. When the first COVID-19 (coronavirus) case in Mercer County in March 2020, the Division of Public Health and its partners have worked tirelessly to get all of us through this pandemic.

The team at Mercer Public Health gathered on ...

Murphy Offers Updated Pandemic Travel Guidelines

April 6, 2021

TRENTON, NJ  – Following updated recommendations released by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) earlier this month, Gov. Phil Murphy and the New Jersey Department of Health issued new COVID-19 travel guidance Monday. 

“While the pandemic is not over, our vaccination program and updated CDC guidance have made it possible for vaccinated individuals to resume ...

All Residents Ages 16+ Eligible for Vaccination on April 19, Murphy Says

TRENTON, NJ – All New Jersey residents 16 years old and over will be eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccination beginning on April 19 – two weeks ahead of the state’s initial target of May 1, Governor Murphy announced Monday.

The state’s phased vaccination roll out has successfully administered 4.7 million doses of vaccine to essential frontline workers, ...

Creating Habits of Gratitude

I’ve had a gratitude habit for over ten years now, but the pandemic has raised my gratitude bar. If you don’t already practice daily gratitude I’m going to show you how easy it is to incorporate into your life and how beneficial it is, too. 

For most of us, keeping our spirits up and positive during this pandemic has been a tremendous challenge. But now, as we begin to ...

Welcome to 'Unleash Your Positive Possibilities'

I’m excited to introduce myself and my column to you. I’m what I would call a personal growth fanatic. I have always been fascinated with finding inner peace and accessing what it takes to fulfill dreams. I’m guessing you, my reader, seek peace and have dreams you hope to fulfill, too.

I’ve lived in Mercer County for 34 years, was an East Windsor Elementary School ...

Take a Virtual Spin at the 13th Annual LBI Wedding Road Show & Party Planning Tour April 25

April 9, 2021

Explore a lobby filled with venues, vendors, experts, and plenty of chances to win prizes as the destination wedding and party event comes directly to you for planning needs

 

LBI Region, NJ - With the world reopening, plans are being made to safely gather, celebrate and make milestones memorable. As schedules become busier, it is important to get a closer look at who can provide you ...

Downtown Trenton Building to be Sold at Auction

Max Spann Real Estate & Auction Co is pleased to announce the Auction of a Downtown Trenton office building located at 118 West State Street in the City of Trenton, New Jersey. The Property will be sold in an online only Auction concluding Wednesday April 21, 2021 at 11:00AM. Bidders may bid on their computer or through the Max Spann phone app.  

The Downtown site consists of a ...

Post-Pandemic Marketing

Small business owners have a lot to think about, but navigating a global pandemic was likely not chief among their worries. Now that we are close to the end of one, local businesses are facing a host of challenges. Communicating effectively with customers and clients has never been more important. 

What changed in the pandemic?

The pandemic has changed the way we conduct our daily ...

Celebrating Donate Life Month

April 8, 2021

Springtime has now brought us a renewed spirit and hope as we look forward to the months ahead when we will begin to see each other again in person for community events and activities. Throughout the month of April, we are celebrating National Donate Life Month! This is our time to encourage family, friends and neighbors to register as organ and tissue donors and to honor those who have given the ...

Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey Anti-Racism Commission Declares Stop Asian Hate

Some Americans live comfortably and unconsciously understanding that their behaviors, attitudes and utterances are supported by systems that will judge and treat them fairly.  These individuals do not fear that their existence threatens other individuals and communities.  They do not fear that their appearance and intentions will ever be questioned.  They do not need to.  The ...

Mercer County Update on COVID One-Year Since the Impact, Looking Forward

New Jersey reached a milestone in its COVID-19 vaccination program this week as more than 1 million people in the state now have been fully vaccinated. Mercer County is making steady progress as well, with more than 82,500 County residents having received at least their first dose of vaccine. That number reflects doses that have been administered to Mercer residents at our two County vaccination ...

Rotary Club to Host Annual Fundraiser Auction

April 1, 2021

HAMILTON -- ROBBINSVILLE, NJ -- The Rotary Club of Robbinsville-Hamilton will be hosting its annual art auction in conjunction with Marlin Art, the premier fundraising art auction company in the northeast. The auction will feature beautifully framed fine art in various media and price ranges

Rotary Club President Tom Damm noted the importance of the annual event to the overall ...

Bordentown Street Fair Cancelled for 2021

BORDENTOWN CITY, NJ — COVID is forcing the cancellation of the Bordentown Street Fair for the second year in a row.

Organizers made the announcement in a Facebook post Sunday night, citing possible new COVID regulations and restrictions. 

"Due to the uncertainty of the pandemic regulations and possible new COVID restrictions, we are announcing the cancellation of ...

New Jersey Date Night: The Best Brunch Spots

April 11, 2021

New Jersey Date Night is a series on NJ Flavor by relationship writer Craig Rogers.

Most couples are conditioned to think that romance only can be found after 7:30 p.m. on a Friday or Saturday. But those in the know realize that intimate moments aren’t found in only one or two specific windows of time: there are no restrictions on when it can be found.

One Date Night time ...

NJ Restaurants to Customers: Don’t be a No-Show, Especially Now

NEW JERSEY — No-shows have always been an issue for restaurants, but with pandemic restrictions limiting seating, these days the effects can be devastating.

Restaurant owners have a plea for patrons who can’t make their reservations: Just call and cancel.

“In previous years, busy days for us were a logistics challenge,” said Chris Migton, executive chef at Chez ...

Emergency Rooms In NJ Flooded With Children Seeking Help With Mental Health

April 8, 2021

The Covid 19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the mental health of children across New Jersey. The people most impacted by Covid-19 are the most vulnerable members of our society. Emergency rooms across New Jersey and the country have been flooded with parents seeking help for children struggling with anxiety, depression and behavioral issues.

Over the past decade the number of ...

NJ Medical Marijuana Patients Seem to Have Been Forgotten




Now that adult-use marijuana is legal in New Jersey, it seems policymakers are so consumed with setting up that market that they have forgotten about medical marijuana patients entirely. Medical marijuana has been legal in New Jersey for over a decade, but the market is underdeveloped with just 14 dispensaries to meet the needs of the state’s110,000 registered medical ...