Students earn college scholarships through their commitment to the arts
Open for one weekend only, the event will aim to celebrate ingenuity while raising awareness about the need to protect the environment, proving that one man’s trash is another’s treasure
This is not a story of lifelong disadvantages. It’s a quintessential story of how baseball melded values into a parentless boy and of how a small town forged for him an America worthy of love and veneration.
After being forced to pause meetings due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Amateur Astronomers Association of Princeton is finally back and looking at the stars.
The newly formed Outdoor Equity Alliance, fiscally sponsored by FoHVOS, was invited to join in the planning of what became a Mercer County-wide weekend festival that took place on June 18-20
The performances were recorded live on the stage of the Hopewell Valley Performing Arts Center, and edited into the video production that will be streamed online
“Instead of people throwing things away they’re creating something out of it. I am creating a memory, consolidating all (the client’s) memories into a piece of art.”
Throughout the month of May, poet Colby Cedar Smith has worked with every Hopewell Elementary fourth-grader as part of the Artists in Residency Grant Program, a co-sponsored project of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and Young Audiences for Learning. In June, the students will parti…
Ewing Township health administrator Teri Vacirca has been immersed in all things COVID these past several months, scheduling residents for vaccines and working on other COVID-related issues for the township. Workdays have been hectic and demanding, but she has found a respite tucked away in …
The Hopewell Valley Arts Council seeks daring and innovative artists, artisans, and creatives ready for an eco-art challenge at its newest community event: The Junkyard, an upcycle art exhibition
“Some people are born setters,” Hopewell Valley Central High girls’ volleyball coach Dan Williams says. “She is definitely a born setter.”
Since last year, Rosedale Mills has been attracting customers for a whole new reason — one that is unrelated to the farmers market or its core business
In Atlanta, Tipple and Rose became known for its selection of whole and loose leaf teas and its scones and macarons, as well as for its tea-brewing accessories, honey, candles, bath and body products and more.
School board passes preliminary budget with no tax increase, with plans to use surplus from 2020-21 toward debt service, offsetting 1.75% increase to general fund
Mercer County and the communities within will receive a combined total of almost $187 million in aid from the federal government over the next two years.
With warmer weather on the horizon, the Hopewell Township Recreation Department’s goal this spring and summer is to bring the community together
The third biannual Hopewell Valley Parenting Conference is set to be held virtually via Zoom on Saturday, March 20 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Prices are up and inventory is down—that’s the state of residential real estate in New Jersey’s capital region during the first months of 2021.
Ginny Constance is the author and illustrator of “The Adventures of Cassie and Hip,” an undersea adventure story intended for young readers
On Feb. 4, 5 and 6, the Hopewell Valley health care team vaccinated close to 900 individuals from Phase 1A and 1B Priority Groups in Hopewell Valley and Mercer County
The Hopewell Township Committee recognized February as Black History Month in New Jersey and in the township when it met on Feb. 1
A number of area organizations, including the Boys and Girls Clubs of Mercer County, have been working together to bring the African Link Initiative to life.
Carolyn McGrath recently received the 2021 Governor’s Educator of the Year Award for her excellent work as an art teacher at Hopewell Valley Central High School
Starting this month, Hopewell Township is set to contribute a monthly column to Community News on a topic of interest to local readers
Organizers say the fourth annual Hopewell Gives Back: MLK Day of Service was a tremendous success thanks to community volunteers and flexible nonprofit organizations
Officials have struggled to meet demand for the coronavirus vaccine, leaving people confused and frustrated about how, where and when they can get it.
Dumont didn’t let weird get in her way as she enjoyed an outstanding campaign by going undefeated in the Bulldogs dual meets and finishing second in the NJSIAA Group III Central sectional meet
Hopewell native Rebecca Kahme, 29, articipated in this year’s Greatest Baker online contest. Though she did not win, Kahme did reach the quarterfinals.
Founder of Pezz Glassworks has been turning molten glass into pieces of art — with the aid of a fiery furnace he built himself — since he started his new venture at the end of the summer
Staying physically isolated from others will obviously allow you to avoid contact with their germs. Unfortunately, that isolation may also result in avoiding contact with their love and affection