Monday, May 1, 2017

Longevity, culture lead to results for Gloria Nilson

Changes are afoot for Gloria Nilson & Co. Real Estate, and local broker John Burke couldn’t be more excited.

Handmade Hopewell returning to Seminary Avenue May 7

Last year’s inaugural Handmade Hopewell Makers Street Fair was so successful, organizers Beth Judge and Jennifer Ghannam are bringing it back for a second year.

A donkey on Pennington’s South Main Street

Pennington residents may have been surprised on April 9 to see a donkey strolling down South Main Street in Pennington.

‘Ephemeral’ pop-up boutique sells French authenticity

Oh-la-la is not only a craft show, but a cross-cultural encounter with an authentic French touch.

Bookhunting offers rare pleasures for Hopewell’s Leger

John M. Leger is a Hopewell bookseller and former editor at The Wall Street Journal. He operates under the trade name Le Bookiniste.

Hopewell Arts: Watercolorists set for canalside show

The Watercolorist Unlimited artists are planning a show and sale of their artwork for Saturday, May 6 at the Blackwells Mills Canal House.

Hopewell Valley Chorus names scholarship winner

The Hopewell Valley Chorus has announced the 2017 winner of its annually awarded scholarship. Laura Zoog, of Pennington, was named the winner.

Infant lung transplant recipient battles against a deadly disease

About six weeks after Luca was born, the Palmisanos found out that their baby was suffering from a fatal lung disease called Alveolar Capillary Dysplasia—one that often kills within days of birth.

Hamilton resident provides immigrants the kind of welcome he did not receive

Since 1999, Carolino Hernandez has worked as executive director and founder of Trenton’s El Centro, a resource for local and immigrant families to prosper in the community.

Steinert grad and video game writer starts quest in Japan

Miranda Suarez is spending her semester abroad at Kansai Gaidai University, as one of about 600 international students enrolled in the private university’s Asian Studies program.

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Steinert student creates GoFundMe to replace broken classroom skeleton

Steinert High School senior Juliana Bell started a GoFundMe page to raise money for a new skeleton to give to science teacher Patrick Hearney.