Thursday, October 29, 2020

Hamilton High West, Kuser Elementary closed after new cases of COVID-19

Hamilton High West will be on an all-remote schedule for the next two weeks, while Kuser Elementary will return to hybrid learning Oct. 22.

Hamilton High West student tests positive for COVID-19

A student at Hamilton High School West has tested positive for COVID-19. Close contacts have been notified by the Hamilton school district.

UPDATED: ‘Local legend’ Chuck Giambelluca dies of COVID-19

The longtime Broad Street Park Post 313 manager was 77.

Stark & Stark named Law Firm of the Year by Hispanic Bar Association

The Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey’s Law Firm of the Year Award is intended to recognize a law firm for showing a genuine commitment to both diversity and the mission of the HBA-NJ

Hamilton council approves township’s purchase of Whitehorse Plaza

The derelict property at 1750 Whitehorse-Mercerville Road formerly was home to businesses like ShopRite and Radio Shack.

Capital Health becomes region’s first Center of Excellence in Robotic Surgery

In August, Capital Health Medical Center—Hopewell was designated a Center of Excellence in Robotic Surgery by Surgical Review Corporation.

Richard Tang Yuk, executive and artistic director, leaves Princeton Festival

Gregory Geehern named acting artistic director

Trenton Circus Squad to hold “Step Right Up! fundraiser

Online event will feature virtual circus performances inspired by current events

Lawrence Township Public Schools sets Nov. 30 as in-person return date for most students

School district prepares to advance to "Phase II" and "Phase III" in the plan approved by the Lawrence Township Board of Education in August.

Robbinsville bike drive nets over 60 cycles for Boys and Girls Club

Vivienne Halm hosted a bike drive for the Boys & Girls Club of Mercer County Bike Exchange and collected 64 cycles for the organization.

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UPDATED: McGalliard Elementary closed as 7 Hamilton schools see COVID-19 cases

At Hamilton High West and McGalliard Elementary School, there were two unrelated COVID-19 cases, leading to the shutdown of the buildings.