Monday, May 25, 2020

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.

Hamilton volunteer recalls Ground Zero in the days after 9/11

Weeks before the 15-year anniversary of 9/11, Kevin Meara sat in the City of Angels office reflecting on his experience volunteering after the deadliest attack on U.S. soil since Pearl Harbor.

Waller family starts program to help special ed teachers

In 2014, 4-year-old Eli Waller died from Enterovirus D68. Now his family is adding a new program to their First Day of School Foundation to give back to the community that supported their son.

Local women fight breast cancer through song and dance

Breast cancer survivors and patients performed in “Breast Cancer: Personal Stories of Triumph,” a show choreographed and presented by Roxey Ballet.

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.

Excellence Through Education promotes inclusiveness for Hamilton’s black students and staff

Excellence Through Education is a nonprofit with the mission to “affirm and uplift African-American and black students” in the Hamilton Township School District.

The Whistleblower: how a state police officer stood firm in the face of corruption

Challender, who lives in Hamilton these days, may be best known to anyone with a memory of the early 1970s as the cop who exposed a major campaign corruption ring surrounding then-Gov. William T. Cahill.

Construction begins on new Aldi, Panera development in Hamilton

Construction has begun on a new Route 33 development which will bring an Aldi Grocery Store and Panera Bread to Hamilton Square.

Hamilton fire consolidation inching toward reality in 2019

A contentious issue in town may see a resolution in the coming months—the final steps toward fire district consolidation in Hamilton could happen this year.

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.

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