Sunday, May 19, 2019

In 25 years, Robbinsville Hamilton Rotary Club has changed its community

This year, the Robbinsville Hamilton Rotary Club is celebrating 25 years of service. During its two-and-a-half decades of existence, the club has made a point of living its motto, “service above self.”

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.

The Whistleblower: how a state police officer stood firm in the face of corruption

Challender, who lives in Hamilton these days, may be best known to anyone with a memory of the early 1970s as the cop who exposed a major campaign corruption ring surrounding then-Gov. William T. Cahill.

Adversity has helped shape outlook for Officer of the Year Frank Palmieri

Frank Palmieri almost wasn’t a police officer. But the Hamilton resident is glad he is, as the job continues to find ways to amaze the Officer of the Year.

Celebrating 100 years, Saint Phillips Baptist Church sprouted from humble start

As Saint Phillips Baptist Church celebrates its 100th anniversary this year, we took a look back at the Hamilton church's history and humble beginnings.

Hamilton Councilman Gore resigns to become public defender

Hamilton Councilman Ed Gore announced yesterday he is resigning from the council to return to his previous job as a township public defender.

PHOTOS: Steinert vs. West annual Thanksgiving football game

The annual Thanksgiving football game between Steinert High School and Hamilton High West has become a holiday tradition in Hamilton.

Nottingham Northstars ready for big things from Josh Almanzar

Nottingham High School wrestler Josh Almanzar finished fourth in the Mercer County Tournament and third in districts last year.

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.

Steinert students raise funds to honor alumnus Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito

The U.S. supreme court justice is Steinert's most prominent alumnus, but few students know he attended their high school. GALRE students are hoping to change that.

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Ewing 18-year-old starts his own clothing line called BALK

At just 18 years old, Ewing resident and rap artist Shaheed Waddy started his own clothing line called BALK.