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Hopewell Valley school board, teachers union reach contract settlement

Three-year agreement retroactive to 2018, expires in 2021

7th grader from The Pennington School takes first in Library of Congress contest

Seven others receive distinguished honors in the competition

MCCC Gallery hosting Mercer County Artists 2019 through July 8

The works of 36 Mercer County artists will be on display

Fairgrown Farm opens on Aunt Molly Road in Hopewell

Alex and James Klett will grow seasonal vegetables using natural methods on their co-op.

5-month bridge closure on Route 518 a bane for Hopewell Borough businesses

Mike Gray had a sense of what was coming before most people did. Gray, of Sourland Cycles in Hopewell Borough, had known for some time that the Hopewell-Rocky Hill Road...

Hopewell Valley Bulldogs’ ace Tony St. John not sneaking up on anyone this season

There are those who feel that Tony St. John appeared out of nowhere last year, when he went 6-1 with a 1.21 ERA for the Hopewell Valley Central High baseball team.

Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio: from Pennington to the state house

Former Mercer County freeholder and New Jersey assemblywoman now a member of Gov. Phil Murphy's cabinet in Trenton

Schore to Please: A moving experience

After over 40 years in the same house in Titusville, we are moving. While it’s only from one end of Hopewell Township to the other, the effort is so immense that we could just as well be relocating to Ouagadougou.

Nature in the Valley: Every day should be Earth Day

A little history: Earth Day was founded by U. S. Sen. Gaylord Nelson as an environmental teach-in first held on April 22, 1970. Nelson was later awarded the Presidential...

Forgotten History Podcast, Episode 4: Webster Edgerly, Ralstonism and ‘The Castle’

Listen to our podcast for an exclusive interview with Janet Six, the archaeologist who uncovered Webster Edgerly's buried life and the role he played in the founding of Ralston Purina

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Ewing 18-year-old starts his own clothing line called BALK

At just 18 years old, Ewing resident and rap artist Shaheed Waddy started his own clothing line called BALK.