Hopewell Valley residents shared moving personal stories during a community forum on addiction, organized by the Hopewell Valley Municipal Alliance.
The Calvary Baptist Clean Water Crew in Hopewell is raising $12,000 to support a clean water and sanitation project for a hill tribe village in northern Thailand.
The Hopewell Valley Green Team comprises people from Hopewell Township, Hopewell Borough and Pennington who share not only an interest in helping the environment, but also unique relationships with the planet.
The two-story Italianate style building located at 15 W. Delaware Ave. in Pennington’s historic district has been a hardware store for more than 160 years.
Drawing on a picturesque upbringing in Pennington, Katie Baker has made unexpected, yet inspiring, leaps. Baker is now a sports and pop culture writer for The Ringer.
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.
Nonprofit We Make opened as “the world’s first workplace centered around autistic employees’ specific needs and abilities,” in Pennington.
B.E.N.S. Way is the name of the nonprofit started by a member of Moms Demand Action who lost her son several years ago to gun violence. The movement has spread to Hopewell.
Sixteen years ago, a group of area residents started The Recreation Foundation of Hopewell Valley with the goal of improving youth access to athletic facilities in the area.
Individuals living on the autism spectrum have a friend in Hopewell Valley Vineyards, with Svein Aage Hansen, program leader, overseeing the A-Team.