Thursday, April 18, 2019

A bellwether again, Hamilton Township mirrors national election results

The partisan split occurred straight down the middle of the township, with the west side of town going for Democrat Hillary Clinton and the east side going for president-elect Donald Trump.

Steinert grad spends career in D.C. shaping transportation policy

For the last three years, Jim Tymon has been chief operating officer and director of policy and management for AASHTO, the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials.

This Christmas, St. Josaphat’s helps keep Ukrainian traditions alive

On Dec. 9 and 10 the church’s sisterhood is sponsoring a Christmas Bazaar and Bake Sale, featuring traditional Ukrainian dishes.

Hamilton’s Fire District No. 9 seeks voter approval on $3.6 million referendum

A $3.6 million referendum that would allow Hamilton's Fire District No. 9 to make repairs on its station will be up for voter approval during a Dec. 3 special election.

Hamilton YMCA collects over 800 pounds of candy for Operation Gratitude

The YMCA held a candy drive with a goal of collecting excess or unwanted Halloween candy to be redistributed to our military serving overseas.

Hamilton Police search for credit card thieves

Hamilton Police are asking the public's help to identify two suspects who stole a purse and used the stolen credit cards to make fraudulent purchases at the Hamilton Marketplace.

Merchants of Mercerville Shopping Center host Sunshine Foundation holiday drive

Participating stores include ACE Hardware Store, Alicja's Boutique, Chic Nails, Fred & Pete's Deli, Italian People's Bakery, John's Reading Center, Party Fair and US Karate & Fitness.

Hamilton native Bill Baroni convicted in Bridgegate trial

Hamilton's Bill Baroni and Bridget Kelly, two former members of the Christie administration, were found guilty on all counts for their roles in the Bridgegate scandal.

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.

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Yaede touches on entertainment district, township controversies in State of Hamilton address

Four years ago, Hamilton Mayor Kelly Yaede “had a vision” for the township’s future. Now it could become a reality, Yaede said in her final State of Hamilton address before she faces re-election.