A Hamilton mother and son with a special bond took home the gold at the Transplant Games of America this August, but they might argue that they won big long before the summer games.
Trevor Lecato sprung into action when his family’s home caught fire in May. Now, the community’s doing what it can to help him.
Only 63 percent of Greenwood Elementary School students speak English as a first language. Teachers are hoping a new library will promote literacy and strengthen the community.
New legislation would create an oversight commission to ensure greater water quality for all towns serviced by the Trenton Water Works.
Hamilton West students raised $6,800 for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention during an Out of the Darkness campus walk.
Fame often goes to people’s heads. In Brian Sakowski’s case, however, it went to his front lawn in Hamilton. His moment of national fame occurred earlier this year, when Country Gardens magazine featured Sakowski’s garden in its early spring issue.
A group of Hamilton high schoolers created the Hamilton NEWS club to bridge the gap between the township’s three high schools.
The work local artists is on display at “Persistence,” an exhibit hosted by the Trenton Artists Workshop Association that features the work of area artists with disabilities.
A 10-year-old Hamilton boy is helping local people in need stay warm this winter by collecting coats for Warm Coats and Warm Hearts.
The idea behind these Giving Trees—a Hamilton school district tradition that has been around longer than most staff members—is to help those in need.