Friday, October 30, 2020

Christina Kosyla takes desmoid tumor diagnosis into own hands

When Christina first felt a tinge of pain in her shoulder in 2017, she thought something was wrong, and she was right.

Harrowing History event to showcase the dark side of Bordentown

The Bordentown Historical Society presents Harrowing History, a storytelling program that focuses on true tales from the darker side of the area’s past.

Lawrence field hockey standout Talia Schenck commits to Cornell before junior year

One of the best players in the nation, Talia Schenck set school single season scoring records her first two seasons.

Hamilton parents organize drive to provide masks to 12,000 students

Sarah Valerio and Lisa Schulz hatched Mask Up HTSD after sharing concerns that some students might not have a mask.

Registration open for 2nd annual Scarecrow Scavenger Hunt in Ewing

Last year, residents had to figure out ‘Ewing-centric’ clues in order to locate, or hunt, these ‘scary invaders’ down. This year, participants will also get to vote for their favorites

Rees Pillik a double threat in basketball and baseball

During last year’s 14-year-old Babe Ruth season, Pillik was not a starter but still managed some key hits.

Mercer County clerk advises residents to make sure voting information is up to date

Recommends that registered voters have up-to-date physical addresses and if they will be away between late September and Election Day, they should apply to vote by mail

Woosamonsa Ridge Preserve trails open in Hopewell

Three new hiking loops now open to the public on recently preserved land

The Pig + the Pit brings southern cuisine and vegan BBQ to Pennington

Acclaimed Atlanta restaurateurs Doria Roberts and Calavino Donati are the couple behind the new restaurant that has popped up in the space recently occupied by Eclair Cafe

Hamilton Little Lads 12s advance to state tournament

Despite having just three weeks to prepare, HLL's players won the district title for the first time since they were 9-year-olds.

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UPDATED: McGalliard Elementary closed as 7 Hamilton schools see COVID-19 cases

At Hamilton High West and McGalliard Elementary School, there were two unrelated COVID-19 cases, leading to the shutdown of the buildings.