Thursday, October 18, 2018

From troubled youth to successful physicians, three doctors hope to inspire Hamilton students

Three doctors will present their story of their path from troubled youth to successful physicians during Hamilton's Mentor Day.

Hamilton Babe Ruth 13s reach Mid-Atlantic title game

The Hamilton Babe Ruth 13s reached the Mid-Atlantic Regional championship game before dropping a 12-9 decision to Broomall-Newtown, Pennsylvania.

Broad Street Park makes history in run to state title

In accomplishing something not done since Jack Rafferty became Hamilton Township’s first elected mayor in 1975, Broad Street Park finished 26-8.

Hamilton groups rally for home collapse victims

After a home collapse, the Hamilton community came together to provide clothing and financial support to help sisters who have lost their mother and all their material possessions in the tragedy.

Two Mercer County ‘senators’ elected to serve in Boys Nation

Ashwin Bindra of WW-P High School North and Joseph Stilwell of Steinert High School were selected for Boys State and then elected as the two New Jersey senators to Boys Nation.

Sunnybrae 10s make it the Summer of Yardville

Toward the end of July, the talk around town is usually focused on little leagues from Mercerville or Hamilton Square. But when it comes to the Summer of 2018, it’s all about the gang from Yardville.

First girl Cub Scout in region started by family bond over Boy Scouts

Hamilton's Anna Bomm is one of the first girls in the Mercer County region to be part of a Boy or Cub Scout group.

Celebrating 100 years, Saint Phillips Baptist Church sprouted from humble start

As Saint Phillips Baptist Church celebrates its 100th anniversary this year, we took a look back at the Hamilton church's history and humble beginnings.

Pastor Woods leads Saint Phillips Baptist Church into its second century

The pastor of Saint Phillips Baptist Church, Joseph E. Woods, is himself the son of a pastor. He's helping the church celebrate its 100th anniversary this year.

Nottingham alum beats stuttering with help of machine, community

Hamilton native Sean Houck refused to let his stuttering condition get in the way of his dreams to serve his country, and his persistence paid off.