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Latest Local News

Route 206 Closure for Culvert Repair Begins This Week in Princeton

New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced the rescheduled closure and detour of Route 206 in both directions begins tomorrow night as...
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Events & Features

Park Commission to host #OptOutside on Black Friday

The Mercer County Park Commission is partnering with REI Co-op to host a variety of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors in the County’s parks,...

New Signs Share Old Hopewell Valley History

The Hopewell Valley Historical Society is proud share their success in new interpretive signs popping up around Hopewell Valley. Intended to inform, educate, and raise...

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Letters to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: From Julie Blake, 2018 Democratic Candidate for Hopewell Township Committee

To the Editor: I want to thank the voters of Hopewell Township for participating in last Tuesday’s election. The past three years have taught me how...

Letter to the Editor: Blake Setting Record Straight on Township Issues

To the Editor: There have been numerous mischaracterizations about the work of the Hopewell Township Committee. Please allow me to set the record straight on...

Letter to the Editor: Jackowski defends claim that he is silent

To the Editor: This is a rebuttal in response to Ken Zeldis' letter to the editor (Mercerme, October 26, 2018) claiming I am silent. During...

Letter to the Editor: Did you forget the truth again?

To the Editor: The phrase “consider the source” has never been more important when the letter to the editor that you are reading is authored...