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The Hamilton animal shelter debacle: a conspiracy, or a crime?

Prosecutor, council say 329 shelter animals euthanized prematurely; Mayor Kelly Yaede alleges charges are political scheme

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.

UPDATE: Lane closures on Quakerbridge Road bridge now to start June 24

Emergency repairs to the Quakerbridge Road Bridge are scheduled to begin on or about Monday, June 17, 2019.

Racist Facebook posts shake up Hamilton Township School Board election

The Hamilton Post searched Hamilton Township school board candidates' Facebook accounts and found two had a history of offensive comments.

Yaede with landslide victory in ‘ugly’ Hamilton mayoral primary

Can now move on to face Democratic council president Jeff Martin in November's election

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.

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.

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.

Jeff Martin announces Hamilton mayoral bid

Council president Jeff Martin announced that he will run for mayor of Hamilton Township. The announcement sets up a race between Martin and Republican incumbent Kelly Yaede in the November general election.

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.