Hopewell News

Hopewell Elementary School’s Corveleyn named Mercer County Teacher of the Year

Helen Corveleyn’s passion for teaching comes from two things - hope and energy. That is what has kept the teacher at the Hopewell Elementary School...

Hopewell Valley Democratic Club schedules candidates night for Sept. 10

The Hopewell Valley Democratic Club will serve as an host to an event when residents will be able to meet local candidates who are...

St. Thomas Aquinas High School to celebrate 40-year reunion

The St. Thomas Aquinas High School of Edison Class of 1979 will celebrate its 40-year reunion from 5-9 p.m. Sept. 21 at the Iselin...

Hopewell Township officials adopt ordinance to provide zoning for affordable housing

The Hopewell Township Committee has adopted a land use and development ordinance that amends an existing ordinance. Mayor Kristin McLaughlin, Deputy Mayor Michael Ruger and...

Four students receive scholarships from Hopewell Valley Arts Council

Four recent graduates of Hopewell Valley Central High School have been awarded scholarships to further their education in the fine arts. Owen Harrison, Eliza Rosenthale,...

High school graduates receive scholarships from education foundation

Four recent graduates of Hopewell Valley Central High School have received scholarship awards to assist with the cost of higher education. The students from the...

Woodstock anniversary tribute takes center stage at Mercer County Park

Mercer County officials are organizing an anniversary tribute to celebrate the Woodstock festival that brought almost a half-million people together 50 years ago in...

Hopewell Township celebrates National Night Out

Stony Brook Elementary School was filled with residents from the surrounding Hopewell/Pennington area for the Hopewell Township Police Department’s National Night Out. National Night Out...
Rebecca Nowalski

Princeton is using the arts to promote inclusion instead of division

Local artists and organizations in Princeton are using the visual arts as a way to fight against racism. Through an "Art Against Racism" group exhibition...

Mercer County accepting vote by mail applications for Nov. elections

Mercer County is now accepting vote by mail applications from county residents for the upcoming November elections. According to Mercer County Clerk Paula Covello, mailed...

Former Pennington Borough Mayor Anthony Persichilli passes

Pennington Borough is mourning the loss of Anthony Persichilli, the longest serving mayor in borough history. Persichilli died on July 24 of complications from a...

Hopewell Township Police Blotter

A 30-year-old Trenton woman was arrested on an outstanding warrant from Trenton after she was stopped for a motor vehicle violation on Route 29...

National Night Out highlights the sense of community in Hopewell Township

In Hopewell Township, National Night Out brings community residents and officials together. The 2019 annual event allows for the community to interact with and learn...
Eric Sucar

Mercer County’s annual 4-H Fair will shine again at Howell Farm

Mercer County's 4-H Fair is a tradition that will be celebrating its 101st year in 2019. The annual fair is returning to the Howell Living...

Hopewell Township garage fire put out

A garage at the rear of a house on the Hopewell-Rocky Hill Road was damaged by fire shortly before noon on July 30, according...
Scott Jacobs

Hopewell Board of Education renews partnership with the Princeton Symphony Orchestra

The Hopewell Valley Regional School District partnered with the Princeton Symphony Orchestra (PSO) for the 2019-20 school year. During Hopewell Valley's school board meeting on...
Scott Jacobs

Hopewell Township residents receive extended grace period for tax payments

Residents in Hopewell Township will have their 2019 township tax bills delayed due to the  county certification process.   Hopewell Township officials announced that the delay...
Scott Jacobs

Hopewell Borough officials adopt bond ordinance for street work

Hopewell Borough council officials unanimously adopted a $560,000 bond ordinance to improve North Greenwood Avenue. During the July 1 council meeting, Council President Charles Morehouse,...
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