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Mayors express concern over proposed budget for Hopewell Valley Schools

Say they were given assurances that the referendum would provide a solid financial foundation for the future and help keep the school’s long-term operating budget in-check

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.

Therapy dogs help Hopewell Valley students ace their final exams

In June, Hopewell students played with therapy dogs from the Paws for Minds program of the West Windsor-based nonprofit organization, Attitudes in Reverse.

County targets Dec. 9 reopening of Washington Crossing-Pennington Road

Update: road still not open as of Dec. 10 because of weather delays

Mercer Science and Engineering Fair moves online due to COVID-19

The Mercer Science and Engineering Club adapted to the times by having students submit projects online, with judging taking place over Zoom

Hopewell woman pens Kinsley’s Bill in honor of daughter

The bill requires health insurance carriers to provide coverage for those 18 or younger with complex medical needs.

Community groups plan June 14 ‘evening of community engagement’ forum

A school club, community group and nonprofit organization are partnering to offer an opportunity to enjoy good food and the company of neighbors and community. Global Connections, Hopewell Valley...

The latest on coronavirus in Mercer County

Municipalities and facilities in the Mercer County region have made a number of adjustments following the COVID-19 outbreak.

Titusville resident Sara Cooper takes on ALS

Diagnosed with the disease, Cooper Creative Group founder is making it her ‘new client’

Mercer County honors for Hopewell Valley Municipal Alliance’s ‘amazing’ Heidi Kahme

Mercer Council on Alcoholism to honor Kahme and others at its annual Excellence in Prevention Awards breakfast

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