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Mercer County has been asked whether the commercial airline operating at Trenton-Mercer Airport utilizes any Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft, which have recently been banned by the Federal Aviation Administration due to mechanical issues. The commercial carrier at Trenton-Mercer Airport does not have that aircraft in its fleet, and the airport is not directly affected by the federally imposed grounding of the Boeing 737 Max 8.

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Mercer County to honor veterans at Nov. 11 ceremony

Post Date:11/07/2018 3:08 PM
TRENTON — Each year on Nov. 11, Americans pause to honor the men and women, past and present, who have answered the nation’s call to duty. Mercer County invites the public to attend a Veterans Day ceremony, presented by Mercer County Veteran Services in conjunction with the Mercer County Veterans Council, on Sunday, Nov. 11, at noon at VFW Post 3525, 77 Christine Ave., Hamilton.

Mercer County Executive Brian M. Hughes will join with other County and local officials to give recognition and appreciation to the many County residents who have served in America’s armed forces. Mr. Hughes will give brief remarks at the ceremony, and remarks by retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Donald A. Weyler will follow.

“We value our veterans for their courage, their willingness to fight for democratic principles, and their contributions to the community,” Mr. Hughes said. “I hope you’ll join me in paying tribute to all Mercer County veterans on November 11th.”

This year’s program will also feature the placement of a wreath to honor veterans’ service, and a salute to fallen veterans by American Legion Post 31 and Marine Corps League Trenton Detachment 207.

Nov. 11, 2018, marks the 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended World War I, the Great War, in which an estimated 16 million combatants and civilians died, including 116,516 U.S. soldiers.
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