Mercer County: A Week In Review

Sarah Salvadore

MERCER COUNTY, NJ — Miss any headlines in Mercer County? Patch's week in review has got you covered for the neighborhood's top news.

Mercer County Expected To Administer First COVID-19 Vaccine

According to a news release from the Princeton Health Department, the first series of clinics are being scheduled for the week of Dec. 28, with priority given to local EMS and other community health care workers.

Parade Of Over 40 Fire Squads Lights Up Princeton Medical Center

More than 40 fire companies and rescue squads from Central Jersey honored staff at the Princeton Medical Center with a parade of fire and rescue trucks.

Mercer County Offering Free COVID-19 Testing On Dec. 23 and Dec 30

Mercer County, in partnership with Vault Health Services, is offering free COVID-19 testing on Dec. 23 and Dec. 30, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the CURE Insurance Arena.

Stimulus Payments Coming To NJ: Calculate How Much You'll Get

For millions of New Jersey residents, it means direct cash payments. It also means expanded and extended federal unemployment benefits, a stay on evictions and help for business and schools.







This article originally appeared on the Lawrenceville Patch