Monday, March 18, 2019

Forgotten History Episode 2: Sourland Legacy

In Episode 2 of Forgotten History, authors Elaine Buck and Beverly Mills reveal uneasy truths about Hopewell Valley.

Watershed Institute plans World Water Day activities

On March 23, the Watershed Institute will host its inaugural World Water Day Festival from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Nature of Pennington inspires local author

The D&R Greenway will continue its celebration of trees with a workshop and nature walk on Thursday, March 21 at 5 p.m.

Sourland Music Festival has new name, Sourland Mountain Festival

The Sourland Music Festival will celebrate its 16th year with a new name: The Sourland Mountain Festival.

Reels, jigs and more: Irish music in Hopewell

On Saturday, March 2, audiences will have the opportunity to get a musical education when Irish-born singer Fiona Tyndall and her band present “Shamrock and Thistle."

Two Hopewell women to be honored at annual Spring for the Y gala

Annie Jackson and Robin Koeppel Hepburn will be honored at the Hopewell Valley YMCA’s annual “Spring for the Y” fundraising gala.

HoVal wrestling caps stellar season with county, district trophies

After suffering a near miss at the state sectional team tournament, the Hopewell Valley Central High wrestling team scored a direct hit at the District 19 tournament.

Upcoming Hopewell Valley forum to address concerns over e-cigarettes

E-cigarettes are not new. But there are trends in the usage of e-cigarettes among teens that are new, and alarming.

Mercer County Science Fair changes with the times

The Mercer County Science Fair has been running for 65 years. It has evolved over the years to give students a more hands-on approach to learning.

Nesting boxes could help threatened kestrels rebound

The population of North America’s smallest falcon, the American kestrel, is declining in the Northeast, with the bird added to New Jersey’s list of threatened species in 2012.

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Mercer County seeks input on new ‘water sports’ park

The Mercer County Park Commission’s purchase of a small plot of land on Hughes Drive in Hamilton in 2017 opened up a world of possibilities for the commission and—by extension—county residents.