Friday, July 19, 2019

Hamilton postal carrier’s green thumb earns him fame, acclaim

Fame often goes to people’s heads. In Brian Sakowski’s case, however, it went to his front lawn in Hamilton. His moment of national fame occurred earlier this year, when Country Gardens magazine featured Sakowski’s garden in its early spring issue.

Hamilton students look to eradicate stereotypes with Good NEWS

A group of Hamilton high schoolers created the Hamilton NEWS club to bridge the gap between the township’s three high schools.

The fine art of persistence: TAWA exhibit features artists with disabilities

The work local artists is on display at “Persistence,” an exhibit hosted by the Trenton Artists Workshop Association that features the work of area artists with disabilities.

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.

Hamilton school district’s Giving Trees provide lesson for students

The idea behind these Giving Trees—a Hamilton school district tradition that has been around longer than most staff members—is to help those in need.

University Heights student stars in McCarter’s ‘Christmas Carol’

Now 8 years old and a third grader at University Heights Elementary, Roman Engel will star as Tiny Tim in McCarter’s "A Christmas Carol."

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.

Annual Autism Speaks walk gives local families a voice

Autism Speaks has set a fundraising goal of $215,086 for this year’s event Sept. 24.

’92 Nottingham Little League: ‘The most famous team to never win it all’

It was 25 years ago in August when the Nottingham Little League All Stars captured the attention of Hamilton Township and beyond by reaching the Little League World Series.

Trenton Water Works finds elevated levels of lead in drinking water

Trenton Water Works found elevated levels of lead in drinking water in some Mercer County homes and buildings, according to a notice mailed to customers.