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State approves Hamilton Township fire consolidation plan

State's approval paves the way for the township's nine fire districts to be consolidated into a single township fire department in 2021.

Mayor Jeff Martin says Hamilton faces ‘very serious’ challenges

Mayor Jeff Martin's 15-minute address brought into focus the challenges faced by the township, many of which did not exist a year ago.

Wilson Elementary School teams up with Trenton Area Soup Kitchen to feed families

The free meal program has filled a need for families struggling due to the financial side effects of the pandemic.

Hamilton parents organize drive to provide masks to 12,000 students

Sarah Valerio and Lisa Schulz hatched Mask Up HTSD after sharing concerns that some students might not have a mask.

Mercer County law enforcement arrest 58 in Santander Bank ATM scam

As of Aug. 20, police say prepaid debit cards were used to steal more than $250,000 from ATMs across Mercer County.

Hamilton Little Lads 12s advance to state tournament

Despite having just three weeks to prepare, HLL's players won the district title for the first time since they were 9-year-olds.

Hamilton Township schools to start year remotely

The 2020-21 school year will begin with remote learning. The hybrid model will go into effect Oct. 12.
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Hamilton Police seek suspect in string of racist graffiti incidents

Four incidents have occurred since June, and the Hamilton Police alleges they all involve the same suspect.

Eden Autism receives meals from Knights of Columbus, Hamilton eateries

Since mid-July, the Knights of Columbus Princeton Council No. 636 have been delivering meals to Eden Autism's 28 group homes and apartments.

Hamilton Township’s annual calendar to honor ‘Hamilton Heroes’ in 2021

The calendar will showcase frontline workers, essential personnel, residents and businesses who volunteered during the pandemic.

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Hamilton replaces Winter Wonderland with Holiday in the Park for 2020

Winter Wonderland will return in the upcoming years when it is safe for it to be held, Hamilton Township officials said.