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Lambertville Police Department – Halloween Guidelines

9-28-2020 Lambertville Police Department – Halloween Guidelines The City of Lambertville Police Department works to protect public safety and has been a key stakeholder in the City’s ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  The Department is issuing guidance for the City’s annual celebration of Halloween to minimize large crowds, limit person-to-person interactions, and keep every citizen’s health and safety as its top priority.  These guidelines will be posted on the City’s website, placed at City Hall, and emailed out through the City’s listserv. At this time the Lambertville Police Department in coordination with the City of Lambertville is advising against

Popular local department store returns to Peddler’s Village

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 29, 2020 Popular local department store returns to Peddler’s Village Fox & Holly will re-open in Lahaska in early October Lahaska, PA—Another retail business with a strong local following has moved to Peddler’s Village, joining 63 other shops that comprise the popular outdoor shopping, dining, and entertainment destination in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Formerly located in a big-box setting in Doylestown, Fox & Holly will be opening its doors at Peddler’s Village in early October. Owner Karen Thompson is also re-introducing in the Village a second smaller shop, The Farmer’s Daughter, that will open in early October as

New Website Promotes Hunterdon’s Bicycling Assets

New Website Promotes Hunterdon’s Bicycling Assets From winding county roads, quaint towns, villages, and historic sites, to beautiful scenic vistas and gorgeous natural resources, Hunterdon County offers amazing riding for bicyclists of all ages and abilities. goHunterdon, the local non-profit dedicated to sustainable transportation, mobility, and safety, has launched a new website, www.bikehunterdon.org, to highlight Hunterdon County’s bicycling assets. The site features bicycle routes throughout Hunterdon County including road, trail, gravel, and mountain biking opportunities. Each route profile features photos, a detailed description of the ride, and links to local restaurants, coffee shops, pubs, breweries, wineries, and lodging available nearby. Information

Lambertville Porchfest, Oct. 3, 2020

Enjoy a day with Lambertville Musicians Porchfest 2020  Visit Lambertville Historical Society at www.lambertvillehistoricalsociety.org

Hunterdon County launches new economic initiative to highlight main streets

Hunterdon County launches new economic initiative to highlight main streets Hunterdon County has launched a new economic initiative to highlight the county’s main street business districts, including the creation of a new promotional website. HunterdonMainStreets.com is the center of the new campaign, and it highlights seven communities in the county. It is similar to the recently launched Hunterdon 579 Trail website, which focused on local agricultural and agritourism elements. “The goal of these campaigns is to remind residents of just how much Hunterdon has to offer, to essentially rediscover all the good that’s in their backyard,” Freeholder Director Shaun Van Doren said

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