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Monday, January 28, 2013


"Variety is the spice of life!" Thus it is when it comes to internet content. The above 3 local history web sites are bringing fascinating local history to their respective neighborhoods. Don Whiteley is definitely the go to guy for information on Yardville Heights and the Yardville area. Jimmy Colello is a Broad Street Park historian who knows that old area inside out. Gary Lippincott, our resident Groveville historian has a site that is calculated to interest you in your quest for Groveville, the Groveville M.E. Church, and the Groveville Volunteer Fire Company. By all means, pay these sites a visit. We need all the local history historians we can muster as we journey into the second decade of the 21st century. I'm sure there are other area residents from Pennington, Hopewell, Ewing, Trenton, Hamilton Square, Mercerville, Lawrenceville and other knowledgeable Mercer County residents who could jump on the local history band wagon and share your photos, articles and knowledge with those of us who are interested. Think about it. Setting up a Google "Blogspot" web blog is free of charge except for a minimal amount of $$ for additional space. The process is amazingly easy, assuming that  you know how to scan and tweak various articles and photos.

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