Friday, May 25, 2018

Hamilton Mayor Yaede selects longtime police captain to succeed retiring chief

Mayor Kelly Yaede has selected Hamilton Township Police Captain James M. Stevens to serve as the community’s next police chief.

Mercer County launches campaign to combat stigma tied to mental health, addiction

Mercer County officials have announced a yearlong campaign to combat stigma associated with mental illness and addiction and to support those who are impacted.

Local family to host ‘Little Pink House’ film screening

The Melvin family will be hosting a one-time screening of the film Little Pink House Tuesday, May 15 at AMC 24 in Hamilton.

Jim Hegedus Memorial 5K to end after 13 years

The 13th and final Jim Hegedus Memorial 5K Run is set for June 16. The race has been run since 2006 in memory of Jim Hegedus, 2002 graduate of Steinert High School.

Hamilton firefighter continues Pullen family tradition

Eric Pullen is following the family tradition, having just transferred to Hamilton Township Fire District No. 2, based at Mercerville Fire Company.

Hamilton High West Class of 2018 Academic Achievers

A panel of teachers, guidance counselors and administrators at Hamilton High School West have selected six seniors as this year’s Academic Achievers.

Julie Martine finds success at Hamilton High West

Believe it or not, there is something more admirable about Julia Martine than her considerable softball talents and outstanding academic achievements.

Nottingham’s David Scott uses speed to make a difference on the diamond

David Scott Scott led the Nottingham High School Northstars baseball team in batting average and RBI through their first nine games.

Hamilton connection helps Bennett, Suto power TCNJ softball

Although Gaby Bennett and Val Suto came up through the Hamilton softball ranks nearly at the same time, they had never been on the same team until this year when Suto joined Bennett’s TCNJ Lions as an assistant coach.

The future is now: HQ Trivia’s dystopian present

Every night, a million people are ushered into a waiting room, where primal, hypnotic music lulls them into a trance. It sounds like something out of a dystopian future. It’s now. It’s called HQ Trivia.

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