Friday, September 20, 2019

Sewer dispute leads Hamilton to file $2.8M lawsuit against Robbinsville

Hamilton Township has filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit against Robbinsville, the latest twist in a months-long saga surrounding the regional sewer authority shared by the municipalities.

Ryan’s Quest asks people to Dress Down for Duchenne Awareness Sept. 6

Hamilton-based nonprofit Ryan’s Quest is asking area residents to participate in its Friday, Sept. 6 Dress Down for Duchenne Awareness Day.

Courtyard by Marriott to be Hamilton’s fourth hotel on Route 130

Ground broke this week on a new Courtyard by Marriott on Route 130 in Hamilton, the fourth hotel in a two-mile stretch of the highway.

Miracle League of Mercer County to co-host with Trenton Thunder for 2nd annual All-Star Game...

Last year, the Thunder and the Miracle League raised over $14,000, which went directly to a significant field resurfacing project

Three Hamilton Hurricanes teams qualify for softball national tournaments

The Hamilton 10U Hurricanes are one of three Hamilton teams who have made the USSSA National Tournament, and have done so with virtually all township products. Before the Nationals in Salisbury, Maryland, on July 17, the Hurricanes had won eight of the 10 tournaments they played since the fall. They finished second in the remaining two.

Local volunteers help save 52 dogs from Trenton hoarder house

In June, a PSEG worker found a home emitting a raucous onslaught of barking and an overpowering stench. It turned out that 52 dogs were living there in disgusting hoarding conditions.

Tindall Road Brewing Company opens in Bordentown City

Replaces Common Sense Brewing, which closed in June

UPDATED: State to revoke license of Hamilton Township health officer Jeff Plunkett

The New Jersey Department of Health notified embattled Hamilton Township health officer Jeff Plunkett last week of its intent to revoke his license, citing a failure to ensure safe and sanitary conditions at restaurants and the animal shelter in the township.

Gilbert Howland is forever one of Merrill’s Marauders

Gilbert Howland and his unit were to penetrate Japanese-held Burma, part of the effort to defeat Japan in World War ll. No one, including Howland, was sure what they had volunteered for.

George Dabrowski provides Sunday soundtrack at Trenton City Museum

Sunday visitors to the Trenton City Museum in the Ellarslie mansion in Cadwalader Park can expect a sound helping of art, thanks to pianist George Dabrowski.

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Opposition grows to affordable housing project in West Windsor

Residents showed up to a recent West Windsor Zoning Board meeting to oppose to a plan for a 400-plus unit affordable housing development.