Hopewell Opinion

Shy, elusive bobcats rebounding in New Jersey

by Alison Mitchell, Co-Executive Director, New Jersey Conservation Foundation You might think a biologist who's spent nearly two decades researching bobcats in New Jersey would spot these native wildcats on...

Can New Jersey cities become more ‘spongy’ and green?

by Jay Watson, Co-Executive Director, New Jersey Conservation Foundation Ever heard of a "sponge city?" Sponge cities are urban...

Thank this New Jersey woman for your blueberries!

by Alison Mitchell, Co-Executive Director, New Jersey Conservation Foundation Walk into nearly any grocery store, any time of year,...

Winter’s sounds of silence soon to be broken

by Jay Watson, Co-Executive Director, New Jersey Conservation Foundation Winter is the northeast's quiet season, when songbirds go south,...

The many benefits of preserved green space

by Alison Mitchell, Co-Executive Director, New Jersey Conservation Foundation It's easy to take lands in their natural state for...

Hopewell Opinion

Letter to the Editor: The township stands ready to keep our residents safe

To the Editor: As we turn the page on winter and head into spring, we can look forward to warmer temperatures and some potentially stormy...

Letter to the Editor: Come and enjoy Hopewell Borough

To The Editor: With the temporary five month closure of route 518 just before Aunt Molly Road for essential bridge repair, I want to remind...

Solutions 4/5: Threats and responses

By Huck Fairman As anyone paying attention could not avoid noticing: there is a lot going on around the world over the last several weeks. Here...

The State We’re In 4/5: As weather warms, watch for invasive spotted lanternflies

By Michele S. Byers Spring is here and this state we’re in is greening up. Flowers are popping, bees are in action and buds are...

Letter to the Editor: John Hart to Kids: Walking to school safely is ‘ridiculous’

To the Editor: Part of what keeps the Hopewell Township Committee meetings interesting is that we never know what longtime committee member John Hart is...

Solutions 3/29: Global Flooding

By Huck Fairman Record floods have covered much of the Midwest. The toll on farms across the region has been devastating. Federal scientists with the National Oceanic...

The State We’re In 3/29: Meet the mountains of the Pine Barrens

By Michele S. Byers For folks living in most of New Jersey, the idea of mountains in the low-lying Pine Barrens might seem farfetched. Many have...

Letter to the Editor: Standing in Solidarity

To the Editor: As members of the Princeton Civil Rights Commission, our hearts are heavy with the news of the terrorist attacks on the Al...

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