Hamilton Township, Mercer County, NJ
AVOID UNWANTED SOLICITORS BY SIGNING UP FOR HAMILTON’S NEW ‘NO KNOCK’ LIST!
Because the First Amendment of the United States Constitution protects some activities such as charitable, religious or political activities, this new ordinance can not infringe on these protected rights. However, Mayor Yaede, Councilman Pone and Councilwoman Thornton have taken steps to stop other types of solicitors from showing up at your door, such as more...
Mercer County, NJ
ARE YOU, OR DO YOU KNOW A SENIOR OVER 60 WHO LIVES ALONE AND MAY NEED TO BE CHECKED ON DAILY?
CONTACT of Mercer County offers senior citizens (who live alone and are over 60 years of age) their daily outreach service... and the service is FREE! Trained REASSURANCE Volunteers will make daily phone calls to check on their well-being. You can sign up for this service, or contact them to volunteer at more...
HOW TO PLAN AND PREPARE FOR ANY EMERGENCY...
In light of the seemingly increasing storms, fires, etc. that have recently devastated several areas around the United States, we thought it would be helpful to remind residents to visit the New Jersey's Office of Emergency Management web site. NJOEM provides various information to help families, communities and businesses plan and prepare for all hazards, natural or man-made. Visit their website to plan for one of these potential situations.
ADDITIONAL JFK ASSASSINATION RECORDS RELEASE- 2017
The thousands and thousands of government documents relative to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy are required by law to be released October 25th; and President Donald Trump says he won't block the release.
However, no one knows if all the files will be release and if it will for once and all either confirm or deny the many conspiracy theories about the case, such as the motives of Lee Harvey Oswald or what the government knew about the alleged assassin.
Eighty eight percent (88%) of the collection has been open in full and released to the public since the late 1990s. "The records at issue are documents previously identified as assassination records, but withheld in full or withheld in part."
You can visit The National Archives and Records Administration for more information or to download the documents to read for yourself.