Friday, September 21, 2018

‘When the Circus Came to Town’: the Lindbergh Trial lecture series continues

East Amwell historian Jim Davidson returns to Hopewell on Wednesday, Sept. 5 to continue his lecture series about events connected with the Lindbergh kidnapping.

Husband and wife file lawsuit against Princeton school district

The suit alleges that the board’s use of an electronic voting system violates the state’s Open Public Meetings Act, commonly known as the Sunshine Law.

Renew Lawrence Township cat licenses, get pets vaccinated Sept. 25

The Lawrence Township Health Department will also host a free rabies vaccination clinic for all dogs and cats over the age of three months on Tuesday, Sept. 25.

Princeton alumna Katie Welsh’s musical homecoming

Katie Welsh, Princeton 2015, honed her musical skills at the university’s Lewis Center. Now she’s back in town, opening a series of cabaret shows at the Arts Council on September 8.

Hopewell Harvest Fair returns Sept. 22

The 32nd Hopewell Harvest Fair is set to return this year to Hopewell Elementary School in Hopewell Borough.

Arts Council of Prince­ton seeking new executive director

The Arts Council of Prince­ton is scheduled for a busy September — all while the organization hunts for a new executive director.

From troubled youth to successful physicians, three doctors hope to inspire Hamilton students

Three doctors will present their story of their path from troubled youth to successful physicians during Hamilton's Mentor Day.

Send Hunger Packing Prince­ton aims to address food insecurity in and out of school

Send Hunger Packing Princeton hosts its annual fundraiser in Hinds Plaza on September 23. We took a look back on the organization's start and look ahead to its future.

Pizza Den opens on Nassau Street

Pizza Den, sandwiched between the two branches of Hoagie Haven at 242 Nassau Street, offers your typical range of pizzas and toppings.

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.