Monday March 2, 2015 11:45 AM

The I-95 northbound ramp to Exit 4 has been reopened to traffic.

 

Monday March 2, 2015   6:45 AM

Hopewell Township Police units have confirmed that the I-95 northbound ramp to Exit 4 (for Route 31) has been blocked off by State DOT personnel due to a roadway obstruction. We don't have an estimated time of when the ramp will be reopened.

For information regarding driving times and current incidents by county you may visit: http://www.511nj.org/.

 

Monday March 2, 2015    6:00 AM

According to the National Weather Service, the Winter Storm Warning has expired.

Slippery conditions remain this morning.

Temperatures remain in the mid and upper 20's to around freezing this morning. Untreated roads, sidewalks and parking lots will likely remain icy through this morning.

Be alert for changing roadway conditions. Reduce speed and allow plenty of stopping distance between vehicles.

State, County and Local road crews continue to address area roadways.

For information regarding driving times and current incidents by county you may visit: http://www.511nj.org/.

Please report any hazardous conditions to the Hopewell Township Police Department at 609-737-3100 ext. 0.

 

Sunday March 1, 2015 8:15 PM

Hopewell Valley Regional School District schools will be on a 90 minute delayed opening Monday March 2nd.

 

Sunday March 1, 2015 7:15 PM

Freezing rain is expected to continue falling through 8 PM. An additional one tenth of an inch of ice could accumulate.

State, County and Local road crews are deployed.

The Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until 4 AM Monday morning.

***There are no reported road closures or power outages at this time.

***Roads are very slippery. Please travel only if necessary and be careful.

Information concerning this weather event can be found atwww.weather.gov.

For information regarding driving times and current incidents by county you may visit: http://www.511nj.org/.

Please report any hazardous conditions to the Hopewell Township Police Department at 609-737-3100 ext. 0.

 

Sunday March 1, 2015   11:00 AM

According to the National Weather Service, a Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until 4 AM Monday morning.

Predictions indicate that snow will overspread the area late this morning into this afternoon. A transition to sleet and freezing rain should start occurring during the mid to late afternoon and continue into the evening. Precipitation will taper off overnight.

Temperatures will range from the upper 20's to lower 30's.

Motorists should expect slippery traveling conditions on untreated surfaces. Motorists should also expect travel delays.

Information concerning this weather event can be found at www.weather.gov.

For information regarding driving times and current incidents by county you may visit: http://www.511nj.org/.

Please report any hazardous conditions to the Hopewell Township Police Department at 609-737-3100 ext. 0.

 

Wilfred Avenue Construction Work

Wilfred Avenue is closed to through traffic while under construction but passable at all times to emergency services, school buses, garbage trucks, residents and USPS. 

 

Road Closure Announcement         Pennington Titusville Road     

The Mercer County Department of Transportation began work on Monday February 23, 2015 replacing the Pennington-Titusville Road Bridge which crosses over Jacobs Creek.

Pennington-Titusville Road between Scotch Road and Bear Tavern Road will be closed to traffic at the bridge during this construction period which is scheduled to last six months.

The eastbound detour route will be Bear Tavern Road S/B to Washington Crossing Pennington Road E/B to Scotch Road N/B.

The westbound detour will be Scotch Road S/B to Washington Crossing Pennington Road W/B to Bear Tavern Road N/B.

Motorists should plan alternate routes during this construction period.

 


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New Jersey HomeKeeper Program

 

The New Jersey Housing Mortgage Finance Agency has announced the New Jersey HomeKeeper program funded thru a grant from United States Treasury's Hardest Hit Fund.  The Homekeeper Program offers financial help to homeowners who are in danger of losing their home as a direct result of unemployment or underemployment.

  New Jersey HomeKeeper provides assistance in the form of a second mortgage loan, repayable only if the homeowner sells, refinances, transfers or ceases to occupy the subject property within 10 years from the date of the assistance loan. New Jersey HomeKeeper loan proceeds may be used to cover arrearages and/or an approved amount of the homeowner's monthly mortgage payment, including property taxes, property insurance, and mortgage insurance. Housing Counseling is also provided to prospective applicants at no cost. Eligible homeowners may receive financial assistance of up to $48,000.00 for a period not to exceed 24 months.

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