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Hamilton Township school district wants community to choose new logo

The district is holding a vote through Dec. 31 to decide on a new logo

University Heights student stars in Radio City’s annual Christmas show

Since Nov. 8, Hamilton resident Roman Engel has been performing onstage in this year’s Radio City Music Hall’s “Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes” in midtown Manhattan, and he can scarcely still believe it himself.

Peter Kernast celebrates 30 years of his WTSR radio show

Hearing music on FM radio for the first time changed the whole music game for WTSR's Peter Kernast.

New director Steven Picco reflects on first weeks at Trenton Water Works

It has been an eventful first few weeks on the job for Steven J. Picco. The new interim director of Trenton Water Works, Picco assumed his position Sept. 16. He dealt with his first crisis just 11 days later when a mechanical failure caused chlorine levels in the water to drop and a boil-water advisory to be issued.

Steinert’s Giglio wins 300th game as freshman coach

The pitch was lined with so many spectators it had the feel of a state or county tournament game. But it was a freshman boys' soccer game. And that was all one needed to know about the impact that Jim “Jules” Giglio has had on the Steinert High School soccer program and community in general for the past three-plus decades.

Hundreds support family who lost everything in Hamilton house fire

First responders from across the country have answered the call after a pair of their own lost everything in a fire last month. By Aug. 21, $18,111 had been raised, exceeding the initial goal by more than $10,000.

Sewer dispute leads Hamilton to file $2.8M lawsuit against Robbinsville

Hamilton Township has filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit against Robbinsville, the latest twist in a months-long saga surrounding the regional sewer authority shared by the municipalities.

Courtyard by Marriott to be Hamilton’s fourth hotel on Route 130

Ground broke this week on a new Courtyard by Marriott on Route 130 in Hamilton, the fourth hotel in a two-mile stretch of the highway.

UPDATED: State to revoke license of Hamilton Township health officer Jeff Plunkett

The New Jersey Department of Health notified embattled Hamilton Township health officer Jeff Plunkett last week of its intent to revoke his license, citing a failure to ensure safe and sanitary conditions at restaurants and the animal shelter in the township.

Yaede touches on entertainment district, township controversies in State of Hamilton address

Four years ago, Hamilton Mayor Kelly Yaede “had a vision” for the township’s future. Now it could become a reality, Yaede said in her final State of Hamilton address before she faces re-election.

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