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The Hopewell Borough Ladies Auxiliary meets at the Borough Fire House on Thursday evenings from September till June at 7:30 p.m. This group of ladies is strictly volunteer and they support the firefighters of the Hopewell Borough. The ladies are the ones that come to the station on a cold winter night when there is a fire and prepare a hot meal for the weary firefighters. They provide blankets and stuffed animals along with coffee and other drinks when there is a fire at the scene.
For the most part they are in the background (0 comments)
Located at the Historic Hopewell Train Station, this market is open on Wednesdays in season carrying local organic produce and products.
North Slope Farm has a stand which includes blueberries and flowers.
Cherry Grove Organic Farm has beautiful greens, including cuckumbers. There is also the Village Bakery from Lawrenceville, which carries a wide variety of breads including Artisan.
The "Mushroom Stand" specializing in portabella, giving out samples and recipees for (0 comments)
Palmer Square in Princeton NJ - 07/30/08 12:30 PM
Palmer Square, Princeton NJ Palmer Square, located in Princeton, NJ across from Princeton University is hosting a Summer Fun on the square. The Summer Music Series is FREE and runs on Saturdays between 2-4 pm. This festive event is featuring the Karl Latham Group on Saturday, August 2nd. The music from these series can be heard thru out Palmer Square and Nassau Street.
Enjoy the fun, stroll the SummerFun on the Square Palmer Square Summer Sidewalk Sales on Saturdays between 10:00 am and 8:30 pm. Parking is available both metered and garage. Hope to see you there, (0 comments)
The "Boys" Plus 1 Come Back Home - 07/29/08 01:49 PM
It has happened to mostly all of us, either we have come home to our parent's home with a "significant other" or our child has brought their "significant other" to our home. This past weekend my two boys came to see my new residence in New Jersey and the oldest, TJ, brought his girlfriend with him. I was excited to show them the new place and cook them big meals; they loved both. When I asked them what they wanted to do, TJ said before he left he wanted to show Kelly where he grew up. Mercer County in Central New Jersey (3 comments)
Market Statistics for Hopewell Twp., January 1, 2008 thru June 30, 2008 Minimum Price Maximum Price Average Price Original list Price Original List Price Original List Price $283,000 $2,395,000 $588,649 Sold Price Sold Price Sold Price $199,900 $2,300,000 $541,575
INVENTORY ACCUMULATION FIGURES ARE ONLY CALCULATED WHEN REPORT END MONTH IS THE CURRENT MONTH Market Statistics Criteria Used Date Range: 1/2008 to 6/2008 Price Range: $100,000 to 10,000,000 Property Category: Residential Area: Hopewell Twp. Residential properties consist of condominiums, town houses and single family properties. Statistics (1 comments)
Market Statistics Hopewell Borough, Mercer County, NJ - 07/18/08 11:41 AM
Market Statistics for Hopewell Borough, January 1, 2008 thru June 30, 2008 Minimum Price Maximum Price Average Price Original list Price Original List Price Original List Price $255,000 $575,000 $430,571
Sold Price Sold Price Sold Price $259,000 $547,500 $398,357
INVENTORY ACCUMULATION FIGURES ARE ONLY CALCULATED WHEN REPORT END MONTH IS THE CURRENT MONTH Market Statistic Criteria Used Date Range: 1/2008 to 6/2008 Price Range: $100,000 to 10,000,000 Property Category: Residential Area: Hopewell Borough
Statistics from TREND MLS, information deemed reliable (1 comments)
Princeton Boro Market Statistice 1/1/2008 thru 6/30/2008 - 07/18/08 10:46 AM
Market Statistics for Princeton Boro, January 1, 2008 thru June 30, 2008 Minimum Price Maximum Price Average Price Original List Price Original List Price Original List Price $380,000 $4,725,000 $1,306,210
Sold Price Sold Price Sold Price $385,250 $4,1125,000 $1,183.206 INVENTORY ACCUMULATION FIGURES ARE ONLY CALCULATED WHEN REPORT END MONTH IS THE CURRENT MONTH
Market Statistics Criteria Used Date Range: 1/2008 to 6/200 Price Range: $100,000 to 10,000,000 Property Category: Residential Area: Princeton Boro
Statistics from TREND MLS, information deemed reliable but not guaranteed (0 comments)
I am working "task". It is something that I have had to work on for the past 8 months. I start and stop and most of the time do anything I can to avoid this task. The time has come to sit down and work on this task, finish it once and for all. It is so boring and time consuming, There are a million other things I would rather be doing. I remember what one of my son's occupational therapists suggested for Attention Deficit Disorder anwhat to do for (1 comments)
Everyone always wants to know where is "home" or "where are you from?" We recently spent 8 months "wintering" in South West Florida in Naples on the Gulf of Mexico. It is truly a beautiful area, warm blue green water and sunsets over the Gulf. While in SW Florida, I studied for my Florida Brokers and also familiarized myself with all of the different communities and areas. As beautiful as Naples is, I could not make it my permanent "home". It is too far from the rest of my life, my family, especially my two sons. I (0 comments)
There have been numerous sightings of "Smart Cars" on Nassau Street in Princeton and along the Interstate 95. The Smart Car is a member of Mercedes Benz Automobiles. It can be reserved on line for $95 and built to the buyer's specifications.
The cost of the car is anywhere between $11,500 and $16,800 and they can be purchased at some Mercedes Dealerships. The vehicles can go up to 90 miles per hour and supposedly get between 33 gallons city and 41 on the highway with their 8.7 gallon gas tank. They also supposedly drive (2 comments)
Horses in New Jersey - 07/14/08 05:03 PM
I have the privilege of having horses outside of my home. As I sit and write this post, there are three grazing in the field outside of the window.
Horses are kind, regal, heard and grazing animals. They do not like to be alone and need companionship of other horses or perhaps a mule or a goat.
I did not know too much about horses until about five years ago when we were looking for a property. Every time there were horses at or near the property I was so taken with their beauty that tears would come to (3 comments)
Hopewell Boro is a quiet small town within Hopewell Township, Mercer County, NJ
The Boro of Hopewell has been named one of the "10 Best Small Towns in NJ" by New Jersey monthly magazine and one of the "25 Best Places to call Home in the Garden State". Much of the Boro has been designated an historic district. The village was originally referred to as Hopewell Meeting House and was home to Jonathan Stout who originally hunted the land with the Lenape Indians in 1706. He then brought his family to the land. It was home to (0 comments)
On a cool summer day we set out to visit Lake Carnegie in Princeton, NJ, hoping to catch a glimpse of the U.S. Olympic Rowers. Lake Carnegie is located just off of Route 27 in Princeton, the home of U.S. Olympic Rowing Team. The national squad trains on Lake Carnegie year round. In the early 1900's a Princeton alumni was painting the portrate of Andrew Carnegie, a noted businessman and philanthropist and persuaded him to donate money for the lake for use of the Tigers Princeton rowing team. It is a man made lake formed from a dam of the Millstone River. (0 comments)
Princeton University - 07/09/08 02:11 PM
Princeton is a great college town, always alive with action.
Princeton University is a beautiful campus with a wide diversity of students and educators.
U.S. today named Princeton University number one of America's best colleges.
The tuition and fees range around $33,000 per year with room and board running an additional $10,980.
The student body has approximately 4,923 undergraduate students. There is no religious affiliation.
The University was founded in 1746 and was chartered as the College of New Jersey, the name it was known for 150 years. It was located in Elizabeth for one year (0 comments)
Rich in history and beauty, East Amwell Township is mainly a farming community. It is also the home of two vineyards, Amwell Valley Vineyard and Unionville Vineyard, both of which are to host the "Walk in the Vineyards Wine Trail Weekend" this coming weekend, July 12th and 13th.
The town of Ringoes is charming, featuring historic properties. Old York Road was a Lenape Indian trail and later in 1764 became a Kings (0 comments)
Princeton's Battle Monument is within a stones throw of our Nations office on Nassau Street in Princeton Boro. It sits at the entrance to Boro Hall and is adjacent to Morven.
This beautiful stone monument commemorates the January 3, 1977 Battle of Princeton and depicts General George Washington leading his troops to victory and the death of General Hugh Mercer.
The monument was commissioned in 1908 and designed by sculptor, Frederick MacMonnies of prominent Beaux Art, with the assistance of architect Thomas Hastings. In 1922 the monument was dedicated and President Warren G. Harding was present. Nighttime illumination (0 comments)
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