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MOMS Club of Hamilton connects mothers to each other and themselves

The MOMS Club of Hamilton received commendation from township council earlier this year in honor of its 20-year anniversary of serving as a resource for mothers in Hamilton Township.

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.

Powered by talented core, Nottingham High boys’ basketball wins state title

Behind the dynamic senior trio of Cliff Joseph, Darell Johnson and Richie Jones, the Nottingham High School boys’ basketball garnered the first Mercer County, Central Jersey Group III and Group III state tournament titles in school history.

‘Baseball maniac’ Mike Moceri takes over at Hamilton West

If breeding counts for anything, Mike Moceri is definitely the right man for the Hamilton West baseball coaching job.

Local AHEPA chapter seeks to raise $15K to train and match K9s with veterans

Hamiltonian Rick Roscoe, president of AHEPA Chapter 72 in Trenton, committed himself to raising $15,000 to train and match K9s with those who need them most — veterans.

Goodbye Geoffrey: farewell from a Toys ‘R’ Us kid

I had come to Toys ‘R’ Us to say goodbye. In mid-March, Toys ‘R’ Us announced it would shut or sell all of its stores in the United States.

Benson helps Assembly decide future of state’s roads and trains

Assemblyman Daniel Benson took the transportation committee's reins in January, and found himself at the center of an issue Gov. Phil Murphy has called one of his top priorities.

Mayor Yaede: Hamilton’s economy is on a roll

“Big Mo” has arrived. At least that’s the word according to Mayor Kelly Yaede, who painted the picture of a township on a roll during her State of Hamilton address Feb. 15.

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.

Steinert alumna helps the homeless get back on their feet

Hamilton native Cathryn Sanderson is the executive director of the Philadelphia chapter of Back on My Feet, a national nonprofit that looks to change lives in literal one-step-at-a-time fashion by getting homeless people running.

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Impractical Jokers’ James Murray talks about living in Princeton, his new novel “Don’t Move”

Murray's fourth book with Darren Wearmouth, "Don’t Move"—the tale of a West Virginia camping trip gone awry—will be released Tuesday, Oct. 20.