Hunterdon County Named One of the Happiest in the Country


The United Nations released the 2017 World Happiness Report, with the U.S. ranking 14th on the list that considered 155 nations. Three New Jersey counties ranked in the top 25  - Somerset (#14), Morris (#8), and Hunterdon County (#6). Here's what they had to say: Hunterdon County enjoys a high income-to-cost-of-living ratio at 1.96. Combined with [...]

Frenchtown: A Foodie Destination


The floodgates have opened to foodies in Frenchtown as the riverside town continues to add a series hip eateries. Frenchtown has long been a noteworthy stop for the bike enthusiasts taking the canal path on a cool summer day with bikes from Cycle Corner of Frenchtown, but the foodies are beginning to flock to the destination. [...]

Inside the Mind of An Outsider: An interview with artist Bob Hoke


by Edie Weinstein Color spills out onto surfaces that soak up more than mere paint. Embedded within the hues and textures is the vivid imagination of artist Bob Hoke, who together with T-Marie Nolan are partners in their art endeavors as well as personal life. They have been a creative couple since 1980 and are [...]

Frenchtown Bastille Day 2017


The annual Bastille Day celebration, in honor of the end of the monarchy and the beginning of the French Republic, returns to the streets of Frenchtown on July 15, 2017 beginning at 3pm. Frenchtown was named after a wealthy French-speaking immigrant who purchased the land in 1794. Henri Mallet-Prevost was a Swiss fugitive of the [...]

Hunterdon Happening TV: 2017 Happening List Red Carpet Interviews


Tens of thousands of locals voted to name the most happening people, places, events, and businesses in Hunterdon County in the 2017 Happening List. On Thursday, May 18th, 2017, at the breathtaking Lambertville Station, hundreds of locals walked the red carpet, chat with Hunterdon Happening TV, and party the night away in honor of the amazing Hunterdon County community. Check out photos [...]

Finkles & Farley’s Celebrate Momentous Anniversaries


The Delaware River Towns is home to bustling riverside communities rich in history, including the "twin towns" of Lambertville, New Jersey and New Hope, Pennsylvania - joined by a pedestrian friendly, toll free bridge. Lambertville dates back to 1703, when the council of West Jersey purchased the land from the Delaware Indians shortly followed by Lambertville's first [...]

Whitehouse Wind Symphony Performs Free Outdoor Concert at White Oak Park


Returning again after an exciting first-time performance last year, the Whitehouse Wind Symphony, a community symphonic band directed by Branchburg resident James P. Sheeley, Jr., will be performing a free concert at White Oak Park! This event is being presented by Branchburg’s Department of Recreation, and will take place on Tuesday, June 27th at 7pm. [...]

Fiber Freaks! Free Knitting and Fiber Arts Group


Calling all fiber artists! An open house knitting and fiber arts group for all ages and levels of skill is held at the Flemington DIY every Monday night from 6-9pm. There is no formal instruction. Come join friends and neighbors who share a love for knitting, crocheting, quilting, weaving and much more! Flemington DIY is [...]

Run of the Mill 5k and 1 Mile Woofit Fun Walk


Grab your Sneakers, maybe a leash and your Sense of Humor! Head to Prallsville Mills in Stockton on Saturday, July 29, 2017 for the Run of the Mill 5k and 1 Mile Woofit Walk. This years event will include our first annual 1 Mile Woofit Fun Walk, featuring adoptable dogs from our good friends over at [...]

Hidden Gardens of Lambertville Tour


Tickets are on sale for the Kalmia Club’s Hidden Gardens of Lambertville Tour, happening on Saturday, June 10, 2017 from 10am to 4pm, rain or shine. The self-guided walking tour highlights 10 hidden gardens. The 21st annual tour begins at the Kalmia Clubhouse, 39 York Street, Lambertville, NJ. Proceeds benefit the women’s club’s mission and [...]