Crisis Ministry of Mercer County to host annual Valentine’s For Food Drive

Winter can be particularly difficult for the food-insecure families and individuals who shop for free in the pantries of the Crisis Ministry. In response, the county-based nonprofit organization asks the community to support its 12th annual Valentines for Food drive to keep shelves filled with a variety of heart-healthy foods. Struggling families and individuals will […]

SERV collecting unwanted vehicles for charity

SERV Behavioral Health System, Inc., a statewide nonprofit organization serving more than 1,400 special-needs adults and youth in New Jersey, has teamed up with Donate For Charity, Inc. so individuals can easily donate an unwanted car, boat, RV or other vehicle as a way to help support innovative programs for SERV consumers. Donate For Charity […]

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Victim Response Team seeking volunteers

Mercer County Police Departments in partnership with Womanspace, Inc., are currently accepting applications for volunteers to become a member the Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Victim Response Team. The team members will work in conjunction with the police to provide support, information,and referral at the time of a domestic violence or sexual assault crisis. Team […]

Third Annual Mercer County Turkey Trot raises over $30,000

Third Annual Mercer County Turkey Trot raises over $30,000

From left to right: Sarah Chairnoff, Monica Blitzer, Yaffa Kornsgold, Lauren Goldfinger, Rachel Goldfinger and Allie Cohen pose for a photo before either running or volunteering at the Third Annual Mercer County Turkey Trot held on November 26, 2015 at Mercer County Park. Debbie Cohen and Howard Alter, two of the race coordinators, watching the […]

MCCC to exhibit high school artwork in Passing the Palette

MCCC to exhibit high school artwork in Passing the Palette

"Current Burdens," a mixed media by Alina Peng, a senior at South Brunswick High School, is among 67 works by high school students and their teachers to be featured in “Passing the Palette” at the MCCC Gallery November 16 to December 8, 2015. Details and directions are available at mccc.edu/gallery. The Mercer County Community College […]

Grainger Foundation supports Mercer County Parks bird banding project

Grainger Foundation supports Mercer County Parks bird banding project

The Grainger Foundation has donated $2,500 to the Friends of Mercer County Parks in support of the Mercer County Park Commission’s bird banding project. Pictured is Mercer County Naturalist Jenn Rogers accepting the donation check for the bird banding program from Richard Travaglini, Senior Director of Regional Distribution from W.W. Grainger’s Inc.’s Northeast Region. The […]

Mercer County Turkey Trot 5K set for Nov 26

Mercer County Park is set to host the third annual Mercer County Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 26, 2015. The event will be held at 334 South Post Road in West Windsor. The morning event will consist of a 5K Race and a 1 Mile Walk/Run. The 5K race kicks off at 8:30 […]

Annual Young Professionals Summit to be held Nov 13

The Princeton Region Young Professionals is set to host their annual Young Professionals Summit on Friday, November 13, 2015 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Conference Center at Mercer County Community College. The event will feature Chris Walsh, Owner of River Horse Brewery. The Summit will also feature the second annual Princeton Region […]

Joseph Baylis of Weichert, Realtors recognized for regional award

Joseph McDonald, regional vice president of Weichert, Realtors, has announced that sales associate Joseph Baylis of the East Windsor office was individually recognized for his exceptional performance during the month of September. Joseph McDonald, regional vice president of Weichert, Realtors, has announced that sales associate Joseph Baylis of the East Windsor office was individually recognized […]

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