On Saturday, April 19, Howell Living History Farm will open its henhouse to children and other visitors who want to meet newly hatched chicks, collect eggs from nestboxes and learn how …
The Lawrence Township Police Department released the 2013 crime statistics this month, indicating that last year was the second safest in the past 25.
Township residents and commuters who travel County Route 601 will soon see a newly redesigned railroad crossing that will enhance safety and is expected to lead to a “quiet zone” designation that will reduce train-horn noise.
Hopewell Township is working to repair the damage done throughout the winter months and prepare for spring. “Public Works is still filling potholes, and doing brush pick up, filling potholes and doing some road repair,” said Committee Member John Hart.
At the April 16 Lawrence Township Council meeting, the first order of business was recognizing a member of the community with a proclamation.
The Friends of Lord Stirling Stable will host the annual Spring Nature Ride on Sunday, April 27 on the grounds of Somerset County Park Commission Lord Stirling Stable at 256 South Maple Avenue in Basking Ridge.
Van Harlingen Historical Society presents “Sourland Murders and Mysteries” with Darlene Prestbo of the Sourland Actors Guild on Wednesday, April 30, at 7 p.m. at Mary Jacobs Library in Rocky Hill.
Lawrence residents are able to utilize the township’s online property search. Residents can find property data such as yard waste and garbage collection zones for their homes.
The Hopewell Fire Department and Emergency Medical Unit will again be hosting this year’s annual Memorial Day Parade on Sunday, May 25.
“Images of America: Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell” program hosted by Hopewell Valley Historical Society on April 30
On April 30, the Hopewell Valley Historical Society will present a program entitled “Images of America: Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell.”