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It was the depths of the Great Depression, the worst economic period the United States had ever seen and the people of Lambertville were just as affected by this disaster as anyone.

Take it from the Cat in the Hat: whiskers make wonderful bookmarks … and the best stories have stripes. Dr. Seuss’s famous feline is the official “spokescat” for Read Across America Day 2024. …

If you’re smitten with kittens (and cats), rejoice. Through Feb. 17, Tabby’s Place is offering discounted adoption fees for its cats: $75, reduced from the usual $135. Every cat and kitten has …

HomeFront, a nonprofit organization dedicated to ending homelessness and poverty in Central New Jersey, hosts its seventh annual Week of Hope Feb. 12-17. The event aims to elevate awareness of the …

John Holcombe, father of Richard, was the first settler in the Lambertville area. A Quaker born in England and formerly of Abington, John purchased 350 acres in 1705 that included the northern half …

New Jersey playwrights will continue to take their place in the spotlight when Theater to Go presents “A Lovesong for Miss Lydia,” written by the late Don Evans of Trenton, at Mercer County …

“Discovering Grant Castner: The Lost Archive of a New Jersey Photographer” contains 200 images from the 1890s through the 1910s, including nearly a dozen taken in Bucks County, along with many …

Delaware Valley Regional High School’s Andy Fitz has been named New Jersey Coach of the Year in boys wrestling by the National Federation of High Schools Coaches Association for 2022-23. He will be …

What’s sweeter than a sleigh full of sugar cookies and more magical than flying reindeer?One hundred adoptable cats. And, just in time for the holidays, Tabby’s Place is offering reduced adoption …

The holiday season is synonymous with the warmth of home and family for many, yet for hundreds of families in Mercer County, N.J., this joy is threatened by the risk of losing their homes this …

Imagine rowing through ice floes and then trudging 10 miles through a blizzard in the middle of the night — to a battle to decide the fate of your country. The paintings that show General George …

You can find delicious local food – even in winter – at Hunterdon Land Trust’s Winter Farmers Market.The market returns Dec. 3 and will run the following two Sundays on Dec. 10 and 17 from 11 …

Howell Living History Farm, located in Hopewell Township N.J., just south of Lambertville, on Nov. 4 offered visitors the chance to make – and drink – their own apple cider, using its McIntosh, …

The New Jersey State Museum in Trenton presents a new exhibition in the New Jersey Artists Series, “Caroline Burton: Way Finding.”The exhibition in the Riverside Gallery on the museum’s second …

Titusville Presbyterian Church presents Rupert & Scheetz, featuring Vanessa Viscomi, for a two-hour coffeehouse style musical concert 6:30-8:30 p.m. Sept. 16. This concert features Bruce Rupert on …

The Old Barracks Museum, 101 Barrack St., Trenton, N.J., will host Tavern Night 7-10 p.m. Friday, Sept. 8.Enjoy savory hors-d’oeuvres as well as an open beer and wine bar all while immersing …

Author/photographer Patrick Lombardi and editor Vincent Parisi have delivered a collection of recipes, profiles and photos to comfort the foodie’s soul. “The New Jersey Food Truck Cookbook” was …

The person who coined the expression “life begins at 40” probably didn’t have triathlons in mind. After all, if someone is going to get involved for the first time with something as physically …

Hunterdon Land Trust teamed up with several partners to preserve the Saums Farm off Rockafellows Mill Road in Readington Township, N.J. Fifty-five acres of verdant farmland were protected this year in …

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