Friday, January 18, 2019

Artists explore the ‘Joy in the Everyday’ in new Hopewell Valley exhibit

The Hopewell Valley Arts Council hopes to capture joyful feelings with their new ongoing exhibition, "Joy in the Everyday."

Phones: omnipresent and obnoxious

I hate phones. These days I don’t even answer the phone because despite installing junk call stoppers, the junk still gets through.

Antimo’s Italian Kitchen: a special dining experience

For 20 years, Antimo’s Italian Kitchen has offered residents of Hopewell and the surrounding area the finest cuisine of Southern Italy.

Fundraising campaign started for stricken Hopewell Valley bus driver

A GoFundMe campaign has been started in the name of Joseph Gaines, known to some as “Mr. Joe,” a bus driver in the Hopewell Valley Regional School District.

Hopewell Harvest Fair makes 19 grants to area nonprofits

The Hopewell Harvest Fair Board of Trustees distributed grants to 19 local nonprofit organizations on Nov. 27 at its annual grant ceremony.

Judge hands PennEast victory in pipeline battle

A judge ruled Dec. 14 that the PennEast Pipeline Company can acces lands in New Jersey, both public and private, in order to conduct environmental surveys.

Hopewell pastor will run marathon to help ‘Clean Water Crew’

When Calvary Baptist Church pastor Dennis O’Neill noticed that crew members’ were starting to hit a bit of a wall he took matters into his own hands.

From the Hopewell Valley School Board: Lisa Wolff reflects on three terms of service

Lisa Wolff is stepping down after almost 10 years as a member of the Hopewell Valley Regional School District Board of Education. Here is her final school column.

2018 Mercer County holiday events: live music, visits with Santa and more

From musical performances to historical reenactments, there are plenty of holiday events happening in our area to keep you entertained all month long.

Hopewell Valley authors unearth uneasy truths about local African-American history in new book

Elaine Buck and Beverly Mills wrote "If These Stones Could Talk," detailing the history of black settlers of the Sourland Mountains going back to the 1700s.

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New owner takes on task of fixing up Foxmoor Shopping Center

Progress might be hard to see today, but the new owners of Foxmoor Shopping Center say the gears have been set in motion to make it a whole new plaza by this time next year.