Dan Kassel and Kaitlin Deering Kassel opened the Hopewell Creative Arts Studio in the spring. Located on Seminary Avenue, the studio hosts art galleries, art and music workshops, yoga classes and an array of speakers.
It was no accident that state trooper Adam Polhemus and his wife Kristin spearheaded a volunteer cleanup to save neighbor Anne Glancey’s house in the Crosswicks neighborhood.
A battle between Robbinsville Township and a developer over a 220-acre parcel on Robbinsville-Edinburg Road entered a holding pattern after Judge Paul Innes ruled against the township.
The Baptist World Alliance recently appointed Darrell Armstrong to be its chief administrative officer at the United Nations.
Anthony “Toj” Colavita retired Sept. 30 after teaching art between all the schools in the district for four decades.
Residents in the Hopewell Valley Regional School District voted overwhelmingly to approve a $35-million bond referendum for facilities improvements and repairs in a special vote held Sept. 27.
Will this historic designation be enough to reverse the decades-old trend of converting low and middle income housing into high-end commercial and residential properties?
Trenton residents and workers daydreaming about an escape to an island can wake up — the opportunity is just a stone’s throw from the shores of the Delaware River.
Either being the third best softball team in the world or sightseeing in one of the country’s most beautiful areas would have been enough. Combined, they made for the trip of a lifetime for the Robbinsville Little League 12-year-old all-star softball team.
Challender, who lives in Hamilton these days, may be best known to anyone with a memory of the early 1970s as the cop who exposed a major campaign corruption ring surrounding then-Gov. William T. Cahill.