Monday, March 18, 2019

Hopewell Museum rings in changes ahead of 100th anniversary

With its 100th anniversary approaches, the Hopewell Museum is busy making changes. Over the past year alone, the museum has launched a series of new initiatives.

Pennington Library launches Big Read programs based around ‘True Grit’

The Pennington Public Library is about to embark on perhaps its greatest initiative ever: the Big Read.

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.

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.

Annual Pennington Holiday Walk an opportunity for ‘town crier’ to spread the word

Stanley Saperstein will play the town crier at Pennington’s 35th Holiday Walk, Friday, Dec. 7, starting at 5:30 p.m. at Howe Commons.

Hopewell Elementary School goes hydroponic, wins farm-to-school award

Hopewell Elementary School’s engagement in hydroponics is among its latest sustainability efforts for which it was recognized with the 2018 Best of New Jersey Farm to School award.

New owners for Hopewell Pharmacy

JoAnn Hobson and Eric Jaderlund took ownership of Hopewell Pharmacy earlier this year after.

Invention earns Hopewell teen scientist national environmental award

At an age when many teens are taking courses to learn about ecology and biology, Hopewell's Sonja Michaluk is teaching them.

Brothers Moon closing after nearly two decades on West Broad Street

After more than 17 years of serving Hopewell Borough as a café, bakery, deli, caterer and sit-down restaurant, Brothers Moon is closing its doors.

Hopewell Valley communities embrace conservation

Community Conservation is a new program that FoHVOS initiated at the end of last year. Current Hopewell Valley collaborators include environmentally conscious residents, companies, schools, hospitals, municipalities, and other nonprofit organizations.

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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.