Thursday, April 15, 2021

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‘Greatest Baker’ experience an inspiration for Hopewell’s Rebecca Kahme

Hopewell native Rebecca Kahme, 29, articipated in this year’s Greatest Baker online contest. Though she did not win, Kahme did reach the quarterfinals.

HomeFront opens pop-up donation center in Hopewell Borough

Representatives from HomeFront will be on site to share information about the current hunger and homelessness situation locally

Mercer County completes purchase of Hopewell Valley golf club

Formerly private club becomes 5th 18-hole facility to be owned and operated by Mercer County Park Commission

Hopewell Valley Arts Council auctioning ArtSpires thru Dec. 19

Artworks made from fallen ash trees by artists from throughout the area

HoVal grad Jarryd Pezzillo launches Pezz Glassworks

Founder of Pezz Glassworks has been turning molten glass into pieces of art — with the aid of a fiery furnace he built himself — since he started his new venture at the end of the summer

Terrance Peterson rewrites record books for Hopewell Valley D

Senior linebacker rates among the best ever to play for the Bulldogs

Lisa Wolff: The paradox of social distancing

Staying physically isolated from others will obviously allow you to avoid contact with their germs. Unfortunately, that isolation may also result in avoiding contact with their love and affection

FoHVOS adds Jaquan Levons to board of trustees

Levons has worked at Bristol Myers Squibb for 17 years, and is currently a principal scientist leading a team focused on exploring how digital technology can be applied to tomorrow’s drug products

‘Always Better Together’ fulfills a dream for Christine’s Hope

Always Better Together: A Story of Acceptance, Friendship and Love is a children’s book commissioned by the organization and written by Christine’s Hope board member Linda Martin.

Recipe: Rory Philipson’s hazelnut cake

Recipe courtesy of Rory Philipson, pastry chef at The Blue Bottle Café

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Alejandro Hernandez: From Hamilton to Hollywood

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