Friday, July 19, 2019

Mayor Yaede’s proposed budget to raise Hamilton Township taxes

Hamilton Township’s three-year streak of stable municipal taxes will come to an end this year.

Families say state eliminated essential services for the disabled, but DDD claims that’s not so

Local families say their access to crucial services has been brought to an end thanks to a decision by the New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities to cut the service on a rolling basis.

At mainstay Hamilton bakery, the Eeting’s still Gud 90 years later

Danny Tobias, a lifelong Hamiltonian, grew up in the shadows of Nottingham High School, which grew up in the shadows of Eet Gud Bakery.

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.

Hamilton voters pass $55.4M referendum to repair schools

Hamilton voters overwhelmingly passed a $55.4 million referendum yesterday to repair schools and address security concerns throughout the district.

UPDATE: Lane closures on Quakerbridge Road bridge now to start June 24

Emergency repairs to the Quakerbridge Road Bridge are scheduled to begin on or about Monday, June 17, 2019.

Hamilton High West Class of 2018 Academic Achievers

A panel of teachers, guidance counselors and administrators at Hamilton High School West have selected six seniors as this year’s Academic Achievers.

‘Clerical error’ causes Hamilton Board of Education to postpone referendum vote

A clerical error has delayed a vote on a package of school repairs and improvements that the district had spent months framing as critical for student safety and security.

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.

Meet the interventionist who tries to reach addicts before law enforcement does

Paul Tessein is not a narc. He’s not a cop, nor is he a private detective. He’s actually a certified interventionist who operates a newly minted business called Drug Sweeper.