Thursday, February 21, 2019

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 native’s D.C. eatery favored by nation’s top politicians

Ever wonder where the Obamas dine out? Hamilton native Brian Gray knows—it’s the famous restaurant where he happens to be the assistant general manager.

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.

Lawrence honors WWII veteran one month before his 100th birthday

Lawrence Township will honor Chomicki, a World War II veteran, with a proclamation at its Veterans Day Remembrance Ceremony Nov. 5.

Nottingham grad earns the love of Sierra Leone at Rio Olympics

Kamara, a Nottingham High School graduate, was one of four athletes representing Sierra Leone at the Olympics this summer in Rio.

Oktoberfest to combine elements of two township traditions Oct. 15-16

Township officials are hoping residents see Hamilton’s new event, Oktoberfest, as a 2-for-1 deal.

Lifelong love of job inspires Hamilton’s first female career firefighter

Stephanie Kolibas became Hamilton Township’s first female full-time professional firefighter.

Crockett teacher’s game of geological hide-and-seek gains thousands of fans

Crockett Middle School art teacher Lora Durr never expected to create a phenomenon when she decided to hide painted rocks all around the township.

Tale of couple helping Hamilton woman in need spreads across the world

It was no accident that state trooper Adam Polhemus and his wife Kristin spearheaded a volunteer cleanup to save neighbor Anne Glancey’s house in the Crosswicks neighborhood.

Hamilton announces two-day Oktoberfest event to replace Septemberfest and Fall Harvest

The township will host Oktoberfest in Veterans Park on Saturday, Oct. 1 and Sunday, Oct. 2. The event will replace the Septemberfest and Fall Harvest festivals.

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