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American Boychoir School to close after 80 years

Amid declining enrollment and financial struggles, the American Boychoir School is closing its doors for good after an 80-year run.

Howell Farm to harvest potatoes for Greater Mercer Food Cooperative

Howell Living History Farm will unearthing a special crop of potatoes that will be donated to the Greater Mercer Food Cooperative.

Watershed Butterfly Festival coming to Hopewell this weekend

The Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association is hosting their annual Butterfly Festival on Saturday, Aug. 12 in Hopewell Township.

Lawrence Hopewell Trail receives $1 million grant to fund one-mile segment

A $1 million grant will fund construction of a one-mile segment of the Lawrence Hopewell Trail through the Mount Rose Preserve in Hopewell Township.

Hopewell Township Democrats endorse Ruger, Sandom won’t seek re-election

Hopewell Township Democrats have endorsed Michael Ruger for township committee in the upcoming November election.

‘The Wizard of Oz’ returns to Washington Crossing Open Air Theatre

A summer tradition returns to Washington Crossing Open Air Theatre when 'The Wizard of Oz' takes the stage.

Judge to decide on 653-unit Hopewell Township affordable housing settlement

A Fairness Hearing will be held to determine whether to approve Hopewell Township's proposed Affordable Housing settlement.

2017 Camp Meeting Revival to benefit Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum

The Sourland Conservancy will be hosting the second annual Camp Meeting Revival on Aug. 26 to benefit the Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum.

Hopewell Valley Youth Football & Cheer Association registration open

Hopewell Valley Youth Football & Cheer Association fall registration is now open through Aug. 13.

National Night Out Roundup: how is your town celebrating?

On Tuesday, communities across the nation will get together to celebrate National Night Out, an annual community-building campaign.

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Trenton Water Works finds elevated levels of lead in drinking water

Trenton Water Works found elevated levels of lead in drinking water in some Mercer County homes and buildings, according to a notice mailed to customers.