Thursday, May 24, 2018

Hopewell Valley to celebrate Pennington Day May 19

Preparations are underway for another Pennington Day, Pennington’s annual community street fair, which is set to be held on South Main Street on Saturday, May 19.

Hopewell Valley Central High School students raise big money for blood cancers

This spring, the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society held its annual Student of the Year campaign, which Hopewell Valley Central High School has participated in for the last three years.

Courageous Jantorno excels for Notre Dame softball

Euphoria, devastation and resiliency are the best ways to describe the emotions of Notre Dame High School senior Hailee Jantorno at the start of this school year.

Blake emerges as unexpected mound ace for Hopewell Bulldogs

Not only is Andy Blake coming off a season in which he hit .417 as a left-side infielder; he is being touted as the Hopewell Bulldogs number one pitcher after not starting a varsity game prior to this year.

Hopewell Valley school district makes case for random drug testing

The Hopewell Valley Regional School District held its first town hall meeting to discuss a proposed new policy of random student drug testing for the 2018-2019 high school year.

Opioid crisis hits home at Hopewell Valley community forum on addiction

Hopewell Valley residents shared moving personal stories during a community forum on addiction, organized by the Hopewell Valley Municipal Alliance.

Bear Tavern principal shares inclusive approach to green initiatives

several principals are initiating projects that engage local businesses, nonprofits and community members. Bear Tavern Principal Chris Turnbull explains further in this month's column.

Schore to Please: stormy Hopewell’s stripped trees

Forty years ago we had about 40 trees in our less-than-half-acre backyard. Now we have 4-½ trees.

Letter: random drug testing could be a wake-up call for HoVal parents

Here’s the short version: in many ways kid culture is pretty crummy, far worse than it once was. As a result marijuana use is especially perilous.

After overcoming many obstacles, Lalena Lamson named Ewing Officer of the Year

When Lalena Lamson was hired by the Ewing Police in 2003, she felt that as one of only two women in the department she had to work extra hard to prove herself to her fellow officers. During the intervening years, she’s done that and more.

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