Saturday, July 20, 2019

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.

Tale of couple helping Hamilton woman in need spreads across the world

It was no accident that state trooper Adam Polhemus and his wife Kristin spearheaded a volunteer cleanup to save neighbor Anne Glancey’s house in the Crosswicks neighborhood.

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.

Local sailor’s nuclear mission: 2006 Steinert grad maintains vital Navy jets

A 2006 Steinert High School graduate is serving in the U.S. Navy as part of the nation’s nuclear deterrence mission at Strategic Communications Wing ONE.

Meet the 3 Hamilton friends who are traveling the country in a school bus

Three Hamilton friends “took an early retirement” to drive a skooly around the United States for pretty much as long as they feel like it.

Greenwood Elementary teacher honored for her creative approach

Dayna Kowalski, a first grade teacher at Greenwood Elementary School in Hamilton, received one of eight “Teacher as Hero” awards

Hamilton High School West top 10 seniors

Hamilton High School West students will celebrate their graduation at the Trenton War Memorial on June 22. Here are the high school's top 10 seniors.

40 years later, 1977 Steinert soccer team remains one of the best in Mercer history

It has become part of Mercer County lore. Forty years later, a 1977 Steinert soccer game is still one of the most memorable moments in athletics history.

Girl Scouts give derelict Yardville park a face lift

Reynolds Middle School students spent their spring break cleaning West Acres Park in Yardville as part of a Silver Award project for Girl Scouts.

Grice Middle School’s Renaissance Program is changing school culture

The day after the Super Bowl, students at Grice Middle School were still cheering and screaming. But while the rest of the town was abuzz about the game, children at Grice were cheering for their classmates during a Renaissance Program rally.