Monday, June 17, 2019

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.

Hamilton boy collects hundreds of coats for people in need

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.

Centennial Celebration: Greenwood Elementary students marvel at school’s rich history

Students of the past and present reflect on their time at Greenwood Elementary as the school turns 100.

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.

PHOTOS: Steinert vs. West annual Thanksgiving football game

The annual Thanksgiving football game between Steinert High School and Hamilton High West has become a holiday tradition in Hamilton.

Families say state eliminated essential services for the disabled, but DDD claims that’s not so

Local families say their access to crucial services has been brought to an end thanks to a decision by the New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities to cut the service on a rolling basis.

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 to honor undefeated 1966 football team

The 1966 Steinert team will gather to celebrate the 50th anniversary of that special season on Nov. 4 at the high school gym.

Hamilton High West raises $6,800 for Out of the Darkness

Hamilton West students raised $6,800 for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention during an Out of the Darkness campus walk.

Domestic Violence Response Team celebrates two decades of giving victims a voice

Volunteers with the 20-year-old Domestic Violence Response Team provide victims of domestic violence with the tools, support and information they need following a crisis, whether that’s a temporary restraining order or shelter for the night.

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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