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Two Mercer County school districts named top 5 in state

Mercer County is home to two of the five best school districts in the State of New Jersey, according to a Niche ranking.

Diamonds restaurant closes Pennington location

Diamonds of Pennington, a restaurant specializing in Italian cuisine, has closed its Route 31 location. 

Deer management set for Baldpate, Mercer Meadows

The Mercer County Park Commission will conduct deer management programs at Mercer Meadows and at Baldpate Mountain between Sept. 8 through Feb. 16.

Hopewell Valley Education Foundation gives out 2018 scholarships, awards

Four Hopewell Valley graduating seniors recently received scholarships from the Hopewell Valley Education Foundation in recognition of their academic achievement and school and community contributions.

String of burglaries bedevils Hopewell Township

The Hopewell Township Police Department responded to multiple residential burglaries in July.

Titusville swift boat veteran Charles Hunt pens memoir

Charles Hunt, who served on U. S. Navy patrol boats in Vietnam, has written a book, "Through the Water and the Fire."

Fifth annual Lawrence Hopewell Trail Full Moon Ride set for Aug. 26

This year's Lawrence Hopewell Trail Full Moon Ride will feature a Mercer Meadows pond alight with floating lanterns, a ride through “Firefly Lane” with twinkling lights in the tree canopy, and live music.

Hopewell Express Letters: Explorations Senior Learning expanding, Planning board not infallible

Here's what Hopewell Valley residents are saying about local issues.

Hopewell artist Frances Melvin to feature in two August exhibitions

The art of Hopewell-based artist Frances Melvin will be on display in two different exhibitions this month.

Wolff takes a look back and looks ahead to the new school year

HoVal School's Lisa Wolff reviews past academic strategies and looks forward into the district;s plans for 2018-19.

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New owners, same traditions at treasured roadside ice cream stand Cream King

Cream King, the treasured ice cream oasis, opened in the mid-1950’s and has changed little since. But there has been one change this year. Cream King is under new ownership.