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Young Hamilton entrepreneur Lucas Ratliff Chills Out with Italian ice truck

Newest sweet treat truck on the streets of Hamilton has an unusual origin story

Hamilton Township takes break from energy aggregation

Residents in the program will be transitioned back to electricity provided by PSE&G, effective with their September meter read dates.

Hamilton’s Jessica Plumeri named chief of Mercer County detectives

Plumeri replaces Tracey McKeown, who retired after leading the county detective unit for one year

Grants available for Hamilton Township small businesses

The program will enable around 20 Hamilton Township businesses to secure assistance during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Pollinator project earns Hamilton Girl Scout organization’s top honor

Megan Reger's objective for “Project Pollinator” included building a garden for butterflies and bees at Camp Ockanickon in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.

Hotpanada: Hamilton food truck serves up empanadas with international flair

Hotpanada has traditional empanadas on its menu, like the Beefenada, the Chickenada and the Bean & Cheeseanada. But that’s not all

Photographer Kyle Lang drives cross-country, searching for ‘Manifest Content’

The Mercer County Community College student’s trip is funded through the Thomas George Artists Fund. The grant money allowed him to purchase a van and film.

Liam Gonzales brings focus on future to Hamilton Board of Education

The Hamilton Township Board of Education appointed Liam Gonzales July 8 to fill a vacancy created when Cameron Cardinale resigned.

[UPDATED] Suburban towns demand takeover, sale of Trenton Water Works

The governments of Ewing, Hamilton, Hopewell Township and Lawrence filed a motion in Mercer Superior Court July 8 to join a state lawsuit against Trenton.

One final hurrah for Hamilton’s Class of 2020 to be held July 29

Celebrating the Class of 2020's graduation by honoring the seniors at each public high school with the 10 best grade-point averages in their class.

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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.