Friday, May 24, 2019

Alumna Jenn Melker takes the helm of Steinert softball

New head coach Jenn Melker has seen success as a player and assistant with the Steinert High School softball team.

Yaede touches on entertainment district, township controversies in State of Hamilton address

Four years ago, Hamilton Mayor Kelly Yaede “had a vision” for the township’s future. Now it could become a reality, Yaede said in her final State of Hamilton address before she faces re-election.

Hamilton man running Boston Marathon for cancer treatment, research

John Rossi is running the Boston Marathon this year as part of the Dana-Farber Marathon Challenge. The Hamilton man has pledged $10,000 to the cause.

Hero Hamilton dad returns from deployment in Kuwait

After serving overseas with the Air National Guard in Kuwait, Hamilton resident Josh Blaney surprised his daughter at Morgan Elementary School.

Mixed month for Trenton Water Works

The results are in, and they’re not what Trenton Water Works customers had hoped. For the third time in the last four testing periods, TWW has violated the federal action level for lead.

Mercer County seeks input on new ‘water sports’ park

The Mercer County Park Commission’s purchase of a small plot of land on Hughes Drive in Hamilton in 2017 opened up a world of possibilities for the commission and—by extension—county residents.

Common culture unites Mercer County Irish organizations

Mercer County is home to 10 Irish-American organizations. While there has been friction at times, all of the groups will come together to celebrate their shared heritage.

Record-setting Natalie Mehl cements her place in Steinert history

Steinert High senior Natalie Mehl has made her mark, with more than 1,000 career points and the school record for 3-pointers.

Habitat For Humanity to launch pair of programs in Hamilton

The Hamilton government and local community groups have paired with Habitat For Humanity to build new homes and to improve already-existing homes.

As Trenton Water Works receives new violations, its customers seek alternatives

Coming off the worst year in its history, Trenton Water Works received notice of three more state violations in January, continuing a cycle the utility has spent months trying to break.

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