Thursday, October 17, 2019

Wilson Center, YMCA, Hamilton Township team up for water safety program

The John O. Wilson Center, the Hamilton Area YMCA and Hamilton Township proved, for the second summer in a row, the power of partnership.

Here comes Santa Paws: dog park regular creates Christmas tradition

For the past two years, Dominick Azzaro has put on his Santa outfit in December and driven to the dog area in Hamilton's Veterans Park.

Stephanie Howe’s comforting response to MS honored at Chamber gala

Stephanie Howe doesn't let MS slow her down—she runs the most financially successful office in the Comfort Keepers franchise.

Steinert grad and video game writer starts quest in Japan

Miranda Suarez is spending her semester abroad at Kansai Gaidai University, as one of about 600 international students enrolled in the private university’s Asian Studies program.

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.

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.

Steinert High dedicates library to alumnus Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito

Steinert High School staff and students recently dedicated the school library to one of their most notable graduates, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito.

State, local officials go to war with embattled Trenton Water Works

The water flowing out of the taps of Trenton Water Works’ customers is safe to drink. But, with repeated operational issues eroding trust in the quality of water, scores of local and state officials are working to ensure it stays that way.

Domestic Violence Response Team celebrates two decades of giving victims a voice

Volunteers with the 20-year-old Domestic Violence Response Team provide victims of domestic violence with the tools, support and information they need following a crisis, whether that’s a temporary restraining order or shelter for the night.

Excellence Through Education promotes inclusiveness for Hamilton’s black students and staff

Excellence Through Education is a nonprofit with the mission to “affirm and uplift African-American and black students” in the Hamilton Township School District.

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