Delaware River at New Hope-Lambertville running high, but not overflowing banks

The Delaware River at New Hope and Lambertville was running high on Saturday, but not projected to overflow its banks. The water level was at 10.89 feet at 4 p.m., and expected to begin declining, according to the National Weather Service. Flood stage is 13 feet. Historically high crests in recent years include 15.1 feet in 2011, 19.08 feet in 2006, More...

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By Charlie Sahner On Wednesday, December 23rd, 2020

New Hope to build 5-level parking garage on New Street

New Hope will build a five-level parking garage on borough-owned land one block from South Main Street, according to a news release announcing a state grant program award Wednesday. The state will provide $1.75 More...

By Staff On Saturday, December 19th, 2020

Virtual holiday concert by Music Mountain Theatre in Lambertville a warm holiday hug

By John Millman Dwyer When you go to any musical at Music Mountain Theatre in Lambertville, you will hear some of the best voices in the Delaware Valley. They are lucky to be home to many artists, and every year More...

By Staff On Friday, December 18th, 2020
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Lambertville council members Asaro, Urbish bid farewell at meeting Thursday

By Karen Taylor Mayor Fahl began Thursday’s meeting by expressing her appreciation to council members Beth Asaro and Madeline Urbish, who will end their terms in office on Jan. 5. Councilman Sanders and Councilwoman More...

By Charlie Sahner On Thursday, December 17th, 2020

N.J. man charged with invasion of privacy in Lambertville

File photo A Hampton, N.J., man has been arrested for secretly recording several people in Lambertville in bathrooms during 2016 and 2017, police said Wednesday. Douglas Gimson, age 31, was charged on Dec. 3 in More...

By Staff On Monday, December 14th, 2020

New Hope gets state grant to help buy police body-worn cameras

(file photo) New Hope will receive $11,218 in state funds to purchase body-worn cameras for police. It’s part of a statewide crime-reduction strategy that prioritizes evidence-based policy and practice. The More...

By Charlie Sahner On Saturday, December 12th, 2020

Chive Cafe & Catering opens its doors in Lambertville at former City Market site

Chive Cafe & Catering opened for business Saturday at 74 N. Main St. in Lambertville, the former site of City Market deli/cafe. The breakfast and lunch restaurant developed a sizable following at its previous More...

By Staff On Thursday, December 10th, 2020

Killer comedy: ‘Fruitcakes’ at Music Mountain Theatre in Lambertville

By John Millman Dwyer There is a certain literary style that is unmistakable. When there are multiple madcap characters living improbable lives crossing paths in the craziest of ways, you have entered into the More...

By Staff On Thursday, December 10th, 2020
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Tuesday’s meeting of Lambertville City Council relatively uneventful

Lambertville City Hall (file) By Karen Taylor The public portion of Tuesday’s meeting lasted a mere eleven minutes. Only the mayor and council people Taylor and Urbish were present. They rapidly approved 10 sets More...

By Staff On Wednesday, December 9th, 2020

Passing of Virginia K. Hazzard of Lambertville

Virginia K. Hazzard of Lambertville, died on Sunday, Dec. 6, at the Hunterdon Care Center in Raritan Township, N.J. She was 109 years old. Born in Bayonne, N.J., Virginia lived most of her life in Jersey City before More...