Friday, November 15, 2019

Hamilton West’s 86-year-old superfan to be honored at Thanksgiving game

The 86-year-old Earl "Bogie" Bogart is about as famous as the Hornet athletes he has supported since the early 1950s.

Steinert student’s presentations put face to the word ‘autism’

Early on after his son's autism diagnosis, Andrew Sinkleris couldn’t help to ask “why us.” Now, he feels like he has the answer.

‘The Red Menace’ anchor solid Steinert soccer team

It took a while to evolve into its current state, but the back third of the field has become one of the true strengths for the Steinert boys’ soccer team this year.

Grant, renovations help veterans at Hamilton’s American Legion Post 31

American Legion Post 31 vice commander Jack McHugh says the organization’s No. 1 concern is helping veterans. A recent grant may help make that goal even more attainable.

Emily Midura plays key role in resurgence of Nottingham girls’ soccer

Nottingham High girls' soccer senior Emily Midura has been honing her game by playing since “whatever age you’re allowed to start.”

Peter Kernast celebrates 30 years of his WTSR radio show

Hearing music on FM radio for the first time changed the whole music game for WTSR's Peter Kernast.

Hacked in 7 minutes: questions of vulnerability surround New Jersey’s aging voting machines

Many states have moved away from direct-recording electronic voting machines. New Jersey, however, remains one of a small minority of states still using DREs, a technology experts have proven vulnerable and unreliable.

New director Steven Picco reflects on first weeks at Trenton Water Works

It has been an eventful first few weeks on the job for Steven J. Picco. The new interim director of Trenton Water Works, Picco assumed his position Sept. 16. He dealt with his first crisis just 11 days later when a mechanical failure caused chlorine levels in the water to drop and a boil-water advisory to be issued.

Ask the Doc from RWJ: Make your quit resolution stick

Tobacco dependence is an addiction and it’s important to understand that quitting takes preparation and thought to ensure success

Nov. 6 tasting event benefits MCCC student scholarships

Local restaurants and graduates of college culinary program will staff the annual event

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