Hopewell News

Common calendar, Packet papers, January 14

Ongoing East Windsor residents can volunteer for appointment to various township boards and committees, including the Clean Communities Advisory Committee, Commission on Aging, East Windsor...

Gov. Murphy signs legislation requiring age-appropriate school security drills

Governor Phil Murphy has signed legislation (A-5727/S-3726) into law which requires school security drills to be age-appropriate and to prevent unnecessary traumatization of children. Among...

Gov. reinstates public health emergency to respond to Omicron variant

Gov. Phil Murphy has reinstated a public health emergency, effective immediately, to ensure New Jersey is able to respond to the continued threat of...

Township Committee appoints Chait to fill McLaughlin’s seat

The Hopewell Township Committee has appointed David Chait to the governing body after the swearing-in of Kristin McLaughlin to the Mercer County Board of...

Hopewell Township police blotter

A 41-year-old Lambertville woman was charged with driving while intoxicated following a one-car crash on Federal City Road Dec. 27. The crash investigation revealed...

Pennington swears in mayor during annual reorganization; Chandler re-elected council president

The Pennington Council’s 2022 reorganization meeting featured the swearing-in of Mayor James Davy, Councilwoman Deborah Gnatt and Councilwoman Nadine Stern. At the reorganization meeting on...

Planning Board approves plans for new building project replacing Hopewell Valley Bistro &Inn

The construction for a new building that would replace the existing Hopewell Valley Bistro & Inn can now move forward after receiving approval from...

Common calendar, Packet papers, January 7

Ongoing East Windsor residents can volunteer for appointment to various township boards and committees, including the Clean Communities Advisory Committee, Commission on Aging, East Windsor...

Invisible Pain Day will address stigma of mental illness

Gov. Phil Murphy issued a proclamation designating Jan. 7 as Invisible Pain Day, honoring those who lost their battle to mental illness and calling...

Hopewell Borough Council re-elects Morehouse as council president

The Hopewell Borough Council will continue to be led by Charles Morehouse after his election by members of the council. Morehouse, who has served as...

Hopewell Township Committee elects new mayor to lead the governing body for 2022

Hopewell Township has a new mayor in 2022 as Courtney Peters-Manning was unanimously elected by fellow members of the Township Committee. At the Hopewell Township...
Photo courtesy of Hopewell Township

Hopewell Township honors longtime volunteers

Hopewell Township honored volunteers on boards, committees and commissions who have served 10 or more years as 2021 came to a close in December. On...

Hopewell Township police blotter

Numerous valuable coins, valued at more than $5,000, were stolen from a display case at the Tomato Factory antiques mall on Somerset Street in...

HVRSD temporarily switches to remote learning for high school, middle school students

Hopewell Valley Central High School transitioned to remote instruction through Jan. 7 and Timberlane Middle School has followed suit. According to the school district, the...

Linthorst, Grillo re-elected to lead Hopewell Valley Regional school board

Deborah Linthorst will continue to lead the Hopewell Valley Regional Board of Education as president after being nominated and elected by members of the...

Park Commission to implement deer management program

The Mercer County Park Commission has been approved for a Community Based Deer Management (CBDM) permit from the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife. The CBDM permit allows for additional opportunities to improve...
Photo courtesy of Mike Chipowsky

‘Crossing to Victory’ examines Washington’s journey in New Jersey

The Washington Crossing Park Association (WCPA) of New Jersey released "Crossing to Victory, Washington Recaptures New Jersey" to highlight some of the local events...

New Jersey’s minimum wage has increased to $13 per hour for most employees

New Jersey’s statewide minimum wage increased by $1 per hour to $13 per hour for most employees on Jan. 1. The increase is part of...
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