MidJersey.News 2021 Year In Review

January 2, 2022

ROBBINSVILLE, NJ (MERCER)–In 2021 MidJersey.news experienced another year of growth with 4,389,374 views with 1,236,763 visitors to the main MidJersey.news The numbers do not include social media views such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

2021 Year in review:

Top story of the year was Ed Forchion, NJ Weedman opening his First Citizen Dispensary in Trenton on January 1, 2021:

There was a “Miracle in Mercer County” as 3 Police Officers were rescued by Tropical Storm Ida in Hopewell Township:

Tropical Storm Ida:

Tropical Storm Henri:

15 people were injured in an accident in Hamilton Township Mercer County on September 29, 2021:

A Hamilton man was caught with an explosive device on S. Broad Street in Yardville on October 16, 2021:

A fire destroyed a building on South Broad Street in Trenton on October 13, 2021

A plane made a forced emergency landing crashing on Sharon Road at the intersection of Gordon and Sharon Roads in Robbinsville on June 6, 2021:

A fire involving solar panels at the Hamilton Home Depot on June 23, 2021:

A 2-alarm house fire consumed a house in Robbinsville, NJ on April 6, 2021:

On July 29, 2021 storms with tornados hit the area:

January 12, 2021 New Jersey Turnpike in Robbinsville a tractor-trailer involved in fire:

Brood X Cicada Invasion for may parts of NJ:

Project Freedom opened Freedom Village in Town Center South in Robbinsville, celebrated the 30th Anniversary of Project Freedom 1 in Robbinsville and broke ground in Hamilton Township for another location across from Hamilton Police Department:

In Trenton the old Department of Health and Agriculture buildings were demolished: According to Preservation New Jersey the buildings were built in 1962 – 1963 and designed by Alfred Clauss and Jane West Clauss, husband and wife architects. There are two pre-cast concrete buildings, one cylindrical and one cubed, connected by steel-and-glass pedestrian sky bridges.

The City of Trenton tied the all-time murder rate set in 2020 with 40 again for 2021. Mercer County murders have also reached an all-time high of 49 in 2021:

The City of Trenton celebrated Olympian Athing Mu with a large parade on August 29, 2021:

Mercer County started a railroad bridge replacement labeled as the “Bridge to Nowhere”