Thursday, January 23, 2020

Hamilton mayor-elect Jeff Martin reveals transition committees

Martin has assembled an extensive array of transition committees in advance of his anticipated swearing in on Jan. 1.

Hamilton Township school district wants community to choose new logo

The district is holding a vote through Dec. 31 to decide on a new logo

Garden Statesmen celebrating 50 years of a cappella

One thing that has continued to unite members of the Princeton Garden Statesmen a cappella group throughout its 50-year history is their simple love of singing.

University Heights student stars in Radio City’s annual Christmas show

Since Nov. 8, Hamilton resident Roman Engel has been performing onstage in this year’s Radio City Music Hall’s “Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes” in midtown Manhattan, and he can scarcely still believe it himself.

A. C. Moore closing all stores, shutting down online business

Some stores will reopen in 2020 as Michaels

Trenton Water Works announces start of 2 programs to rid lead from water

December will be a crucial month for Trenton Water Works, with two long-awaited, major initiatives starting before the end of 2019.

Hamilton health officer Jeff Plunkett indicted on animal cruelty charges

A Mercer County grand jury returned an indictment Nov. 13 charging Hamilton Township health officer Jeff Plunkett with animal cruelty and official misconduct.

Jeff Martin defeats Kelly Yaede in Hamilton mayoral race, leads Democratic sweep

Changes are coming to town hall, with Democrats sweeping Hamilton Township municipal races on Election Day 2019. The biggest change will be in the mayor’s office, where challenger Jeff Martin defeated incumbent Kelly Yaede.

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.

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Bordentown City police arrest suspect in Jan. 14 robbery

Bordentown City police arrested George T. Rodgers of Trenton following the Jan. 14 robbery of Investors Bank on Route 130.