Sunday, February 17, 2019

Mayor Yaede: Hamilton’s economy is on a roll

“Big Mo” has arrived. At least that’s the word according to Mayor Kelly Yaede, who painted the picture of a township on a roll during her State of Hamilton address Feb. 15.

Meet the interventionist who tries to reach addicts before law enforcement does

Paul Tessein is not a narc. He’s not a cop, nor is he a private detective. He’s actually a certified interventionist who operates a newly minted business called Drug Sweeper.

Benson helps Assembly decide future of state’s roads and trains

Assemblyman Daniel Benson took the transportation committee's reins in January, and found himself at the center of an issue Gov. Phil Murphy has called one of his top priorities.

How John Morris, 91, changed the face of local broadcasting

Broadcasting pioneer John Morris had left his mark in just about everything before passing on Sept. 28, 2017 at 91 years old.

Hamilton Democrats swept the election. Anti-Christie vote or mid-term referendum?

Hamilton Township Democrats swept the council election, giving them the first majority in more than a decade. How will this reshape the council?

Greenwood Elementary hopes its new library will promote literacy, community

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.

Steinert High softball, powered by 9-run burst in TOC final, makes history

The history of Steinert softball is long and illustrious, but the greatest single inning was played on June 8, 2018 during the NJSIAA Tournament of Champions title game.

Students cook up careers at Mercer County’s new culinary academy

Academy of Culinary Arts students learn food preparation and food service skills as well as math, science, English and history — everything, in other words — on the Sypek campus.

Determined mother does the ‘impossible,’ creates Visitation Home

Denise Reil is the executive director of Visitation Home, a shared living residence in Hamilton for adults with disabilities. She wanted to do her part to help as many disabled adults as possible.

Friendship spawns creative partnership and ‘Francis’ film

Robert Bullington might be three decades younger than Frederick Olessi, but their bond is much closer than their age difference.

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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.