Tuesday, February 20, 2018

12 named to new Mercer County Basketball Hall of Fame

The Mercer County Basketball Hall of Fame committee has announced its inaugural class. The induction ceremonies will take place on March 18 at 4 p.m. at Mercer Oaks.

Tour de Hopewell: How to entertain your guests

What do you do when out-of-town guests arrive at your stately Hopewell home?

Held hailed as ‘Force of Nature’ by Friends of Hopewell Valley Open Space

There is no stopping Joann Held, named Friends of Hopewell Valley Open Space Force of Nature for February 2018.

Hard-working Kemether making a difference on and off the court

Katee Kemether has lived a unique and fascinating life so far, and it has only just begun. To start with, she is named after a golf tee.

Mummert standing tall for Hopewell Valley Bulldogs basketball

Team chemistry has played a huge role in the Hopewell Valley Central High School Bulldogs start, and Alex Mummert has given the boys' basketball team an extra boost to the top.

Hopewell Township’s Vanessa Sandom reflects on public service

For the first time in more than 16 years, the township committee in Hopewell doesn't include Vanessa Sandom. Sandom decided last summer not to seek re-election, having served five full terms and part of another.

We Make aims to help people with developmental disabilities find and keep jobs

Nonprofit We Make opened as “the world’s first workplace centered around autistic employees’ specific needs and abilities,” in Pennington.

Common Threads exhibition seeks the ‘uncommon and indescribable’ in art

The sixth annual Common Threads show, set to take place at Hopewell Valley Vineyards on Saturday, Feb. 3, will feature the work of seven artists, including Titusville’s Andrew Wilkinson.

Nonprofit dives into plan to save Quarry Swim Club

Avid fans of the Quarry Swim Club teamed up to form the Friends of Hopewell Quarry, a nonprofit organization that is trying to save the club.

Do you have Trenton Water Works? A complicated answer to a simple question

To better display the Trenton Water Works service area, we set out to find a map. Turns out that was easier said than done. We have no map and a lot more questions.

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State, local officials go to war with embattled Trenton Water Works

The water flowing out of the taps of Trenton Water Works’ customers is safe to drink. But, with repeated operational issues eroding trust in the quality of water, scores of local and state officials are working to ensure it stays that way.