Friday, February 1, 2013
A gathering will be held Saturday evening in Lambertville to remember Sarah Majoras, whose body was positively identified Thursday.
Anyone touched by Sarah Majoras in her life or death is invited to remember her this weekend. A gathering will be held Saturday, Feb. 2, at 5 p.m. The community is invited to meet in the Lambertville Station parking lot to come together one more time in Sarah's name. "My hope is this could be a nice night for the whole community to gather once more to celebrate an amazing person's life," wrote organizers on the Facebook page now followed by 12,500 people. Majoras, a bartender at John and Peter's bar in New Hope and a well-loved fixture in the community, had been missing since early Saturday morning. Wednesday, searchers pulled a woman's body from the waters of the Delaware & Raritan Canal. On Thursday, the Hunterdon County Medical Examiner…
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Authorities recovered a body from the canal in Lambertville that matches the description of Sarah Majoras.
A body found Wednesday in the canal in Lambertville matches the description of missing New Hope bartender Sarah Majoras, authorities announced. Anthony P. Kearns said investigators will work with the medical examiner's office to positively identify the body and determine the cause and manner of death. But Kearns, the Hunterdon County Prosecutor heading the investigation into Majoras' disappearance, said officials will continue to work to discover how the woman died. "There’s nothing to indicate that there’s been foul play," Kearns said during a 6 p.m. press conference, the second of the day. A New Jersey State Police diver discovered a brown leather boot earlier Wednesday afternoon in the Delaware & Raritan Canal. Then, at 4:50 p.m., …
A hub for resources in the search for Sarah Majoras, who disappeared Saturday, Jan. 26 after leaving a New Hope bar.
Editor's Note: A woman's body found in the canal in Lambertville on Wednesday is that of Sarah Majoras, authorities announced Thursday. A remembrance of her life will be held in Lambertville Saturday, Feb. 2, at 5 p.m. Below is a hub of information used during the search for Sarah. Sarah Majoras, 39, was last seen at 2 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 26, leaving John and Peter's bar in New Hope, PA. She walked across the New Hope-Lambertville bridge, turned left onto Lambert Lane, and has not been seen or heard from since. We've created this hub as a resource for ongoing coverage of the search for Sarah and to provide quick answers to frequently asked questions. Where was she before she disappeared? Majoras, a bartender at John and Peter's, …
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Authorities have released images showing Sarah Majoras walking home before she disappeared early Saturday.
She's right there. She's striding confidently across the street, her white cap shining in the lights reflected off the streets of Lambertville. Her brown boot-clad feet are outstretched, carrying her home, as they've done countless times before. But Sarah Majoras never made it home that night, and as the search to find the missing New Hope bartender continued Tuesday, authorities released images of her, frozen in time on that walk home. The stills were taken from video cameras on the New Hope-Lambertville bridge, which Majoras crossed early Saturday morning around 2 a.m. as she headed for home. Authorities leading the investigation into her disappearance hope the newly released photos jog someone's memory and lead to more information in …
Volunteers will meet in Lambertville Tuesday morning to continue searching for Sarah Majoras, missing since early Saturday morning.
As the disappearance of a New Hope bartender stretches into its fourth day, dozens of volunteers are regrouping to extend the search for her. Friends, acquaintances, and even people who have never met Sarah Majoras will meet at Rago Arts Center, 333 N. Main St., Lambertville, at 10 a.m. on Tuesday. New search areas will be divided up, according to Joe Ujj, who is coordinating volunteers through a dedicated Facebook page, Find Sarah Majoras. Anyone who can help search is welcome to come out. Extra hats, gloves and scarves that could aid the volunteers also would be useful, organizers said. Majoras, 39, disappeared early Saturday morning. She was last seen leaving John and Peter's at 2 a.m. after spending time there with friends on her night…
Sunday, January 27, 2013
Sarah Majoras was last seen at 2 a.m. Saturday leaving John and Peter's bar in New Hope.
Search parties spent Sunday scouring alleyways and looking in Dumpsters, poking their heads into vacant train cars and bending down to look into drain culverts. They cracked the ice on the nearby canal so divers could kick through the frigid waters. A helicopter flew low and slow over the New Hope and Lambertville area, searching from above. And when the friends, family and even strangers searching for Sarah Majoras come back together Monday morning to continue the search, they’re being asked to bring a stout stick to aid in searching under fallen trees and through underbrush. Majoras, a bartender at John and Peter's bar in New Hope, disappeared early Saturday morning. She was last seen at 2 a.m. Saturday leaving John and Peter's after …
Friday, September 14, 2012
Wondering where to go to watch the inaugural cycling race through bucolic Bucks County? Here's some advice.
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Friday, September 14, 2012
If you're wondering where the best places to catch the action from the inaugural Bucks County Classic might be, organizers have some tips. At the start in New Hope: 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. - see the riders and the team cars up close. Carversville: in the heart of the action - see the racers come flying through town while having a drink at the Carversville Inn Top of the hill on Wismer road (parking is available): watch real pro racing up a tough climb - not to be missed! Point Pleasant: Apple-Jack is hosting a race party Lumberville: the County Store is hosting a pig roast - valet parking is available At the finish in Doylestown: watch the leaders sprint for the finish at Court and Main. Racers are expected into town between 2:30 and 3 p.m.
Thursday, June 30, 2011
Parades, old-time activities, music and, of course, fireworks will help celebrate the summer holiday.
Ready for the Big Weekend? Get your grills fired up, bring out your sparklers and get set to celebrate the birth of the United States. We’ve found lots going on in the Doylestown area over the four-day weekend. So chill on your patio or venture out to see some of the patriotic spectacles that are in store, including some great fireworks displays. If you’re REAL lucky, you may even get to see them from your own backyard. Here’s what’s going on: It’s a bit out of the area, but, hey, when it’s fireworks, we’ll go the extra mile. Every Friday night until Labor Day weekend (weather permitting), New Hope and Lambertville sponsor Friday Night Fireworks over the Delaware River. The festivities begin at 9:30 p.m., and a special guest each week …