Wednesday, July 8, 2020

PADEP hands a fresh setback to Elcon toxic waste treatment plant

Comes out against Elcon application for facility in Bucks County, saying it had “a number of outstanding deficiencies.”

Hamilton closing playgrounds, opening ecological facility

Plus one more positive test brings township total to 6 infected

World War II vet, former Hopewell police chief honored on 100th birthday

Thomas Fillebrown served in World War II, was police chief in Hopewell Borough for more than a decade, volunteered as a fireman and a EMT, and even arranged New Jersey’s first EMT class for volunteer first aid squads.

Habitat for Humanity expands roots in Hamilton with ReStore

The retail branch operation of Habitat for Humanity, ReStore, has opened its doors in Hamilton

Local women fight breast cancer through song and dance

Breast cancer survivors and patients performed in “Breast Cancer: Personal Stories of Triumph,” a show choreographed and presented by Roxey Ballet.

Nottingham grad earns the love of Sierra Leone at Rio Olympics

Kamara, a Nottingham High School graduate, was one of four athletes representing Sierra Leone at the Olympics this summer in Rio.
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Jeff Martin announces Hamilton mayoral bid

Council president Jeff Martin announced that he will run for mayor of Hamilton Township. The announcement sets up a race between Martin and Republican incumbent Kelly Yaede in the November general election.

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.

Hamilton Township extends property tax grace period

The Hamilton Township Council will vote to approve extending the grace period for payments of the second-quarter property tax bills from May 11 to June 1.

Hamilton YMCA collects over 800 pounds of candy for Operation Gratitude

The YMCA held a candy drive with a goal of collecting excess or unwanted Halloween candy to be redistributed to our military serving overseas.

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Anti-racism protests held across Hamilton demand equality, justice

The second week of June seemed to start a sort of reckoning in Hamilton, with rallies stressing the importance of supporting people of color.

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