The story of a New Jersey farming community in the crossroads of war will come to life when Howell Living History Farm presents “Pleasant Valley in the Revolution” the weekend of May 2, 3 and 4.
Mercer County Executive Brian M. Hughes asks that County residents join in the national celebration of Older Americans Month in May by honoring and recognizing older adults for the contributions they make to our families, communities and society.
Visitors are invited to step right up for the 63rd annual “Under The Big Top” Garden State African Violet Club Show.
The Visiting Nurse Association of Mercer County Hospice Program is pleased to announce the start of “Living With Loss”, a support group for those who have experienced the death of a loved one.
Mercer County was informed today by Amazon that it is now accepting applications for its Fulfillment and Lead Fulfillment Associates at the soon to open Robbinsville facility.
The Lawrence Township Office on Aging is offering a yoga class for Seniors 60 years of age and older at the Lawrence Township Senior Center, 30 East Darrah Lane, Lawrenceville.
The Lawrence Township Police Department released the 2013 crime statistics this month, indicating that last year was the second safest in the past 25.
At the April 16 Lawrence Township Council meeting, the first order of business was recognizing a member of the community with a proclamation.
Lawrence residents are able to utilize the township’s online property search. Residents can find property data such as yard waste and garbage collection zones for their homes.
On Friday, April 25 at 12 noon there will be an Arbor Day ceremony held at the New Jersey National Guard Armory located at 101 Eggerts Crossing Road, Lawrence Township.