Bulk trash fees raised, budget for Closson study approved at Lambertville city council meeting

By Karen Taylor Thursday night’s meeting of city council included discussion on reimbursing Lambertville residents for cancelled Zoom meetings. Residents appearing at land-use meetings were forced to re-notice at considerable expense when meetings were cancelled because of incorrect links posted for access to the meetings. Council members expressed More...

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By Steve Chernoski On Tuesday, February 16th, 2021
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New Hope Run Club Continues Charitable Mission with a New Focus on Local Businesses

The New Hope Run Club will continue to raise awareness for Rare Disease Day this month, but like most events of the past year, things are going to look different.  The group will host their 3rd annual Zebra 5K More...

By Staff On Saturday, February 6th, 2021
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Closson property, recycling discussed at Lambertville city council meeting

By Karen Taylor A resolution to award a contract for a feasibility study on the Closson property passed at Tuesday’s meeting of Lambertville City Council. Mayor Fahl said the study relates to the police station, and More...

By Staff On Friday, January 29th, 2021
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‘Illusions of Light’ now on view at New Hope Arts

“Revisiting Beyond” by John Spears John Spears kicks off New Hope Arts’ exhibition year with an in-gallery show designed to explore space and illusion, where architecture and art work together. Curated More...

By Staff On Friday, January 22nd, 2021
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Human rights commission study in the spotlight at Lambertville city council meeting

By Karen Taylor Lambertville’s City Council on Thursday approved the appointment of Paul Rotundi from Lambertville MUA for the Class II position on the Planning Board. Lt. Robert Brown had initially been proposed More...

By Staff On Thursday, January 14th, 2021
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Amid domestic terrorism threats, Pa. law enforcement stepping up posture around capitol, statewide

By Tom Sofield | Levittown Now Capitol Police Sgt. Mike Schmidt during a press conference outside the complex in August 2020.(Photo: PA Internet News Service) In the wake of the attack on the U.S. Capitol, Pennsylvania More...

By Staff On Thursday, January 14th, 2021
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Julia Fahl announces she will not seek second term as mayor of Lambertville

Lambertville Mayor Julia Fahl announcing she won’t seek re-election By Karen Taylor In a 13-minute address Thursday, Julia Fahl announced she will not run for a second term as mayor of Lambertville. She cited More...

By Staff On Thursday, January 14th, 2021
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Local groups present online series on healthy living, HIV prevention

Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center and FACT Bucks County are partnering to present “Positive Dialogue,” a series of online conversations about HIV prevention and healthy living for people who are HIV positive. The More...

By Staff On Thursday, January 7th, 2021
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Appointment of Lambertville police head to planning board withdrawn

By Karen Taylor Tuesday’s city council reorganization meeting not only focused on the usual swearing-in of new council, commission and board members for the City of Lambertville, but also provided an opportunity More...

By Staff On Sunday, January 3rd, 2021
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OPINION: Pennsylvania legislators must vote ‘no’ to judicial gerrymandering

By Jean Weston and Monica Weninger There is a dangerous move afoot in the General Assembly to amend the Pennsylvania Constitution to create regional election districts for state appellate court judges, e.g. Supreme More...