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Hopewell’s Nancy Kennedy tells ‘How Women Won the Vote’ in new book

Kennedy is set to release her latest book, Women Win the Vote! 19 for the 19th Amendment, on Feb. 11—two days prior to the release is the 100-year anniversary of New Jersey ratifying the constitutional amendment that gave women the right to vote.

Jacob Venezia turns mocking into motivation for HoVal wrestling

Venezia, who took the callous barbs of former classmates in the same way Superman takes bullets off the chest

Pennington grad Chandler Fraser-Pauls takes reins of TPS boys’ basketball team

Chandler Fraser-Pauls is only 27 years old and has already played Division I soccer and basketball at two different colleges, served as a Division I basketball assistant and, most recently, as a high school assistant athletic director.

Nature in the Valley: The birds and the bees

Like many expressions that evolve over time, “the birds and the bees” has new significance.

Trenton Water Works begins lead service line replacement program

Homes were selected on a “first come, first served” basis with more than 7,000 home owners registered

Schore to Please: On holding a grudge

Even though the moment for New Year’s resolutions is past and, besides, no one really had any intention of making any such foolish resolutions, it is time to take a look at holding onto long-held grudges?

Meral Guneyman concert Feb. 1 to mark 10 years for Swat Relief Initiative

Founded in 2010 by Zebu Jilani and her late husband, Arshad Jilani, SRI aides disadvantaged women and children in the Swat Valley area of northern Pakistan

Hike in winter? This Mercer County workshop may convince you to give it a try

Think winter is the wrong time to break out the backpacks? If you attend John Lambdin's Winter Family Hike workshop on Jan. 19, he may just convince you

No electric? No problem for Hopewell’s Michael Strizki

Michael Strizki converted his home to run on hydrogen and solar energy, making it the first solar hydrogen residence in North America.

Ally Oldfield an all-around leader for Hopewell girls’ basketball

Ally Oldfield understands that with the graduation of leading scorers Meggy Wiley and Katee Kemether, the Bulldogs are in need of some inside scoring.

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Construction starts on Robbinsville Wawa

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