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April 24 panel to discuss dangers of ‘the overparenting trap’

Overparenting and the college ‘arms race’ will be the be focus of the April 24 event about student mental health and wellness.

Trenton Public Schools receive $100,000 instrument donation in support of the district’s music program

The gift from the local musical instrument dealer was made in support of the district’s growth of their instrumental music programs

Community News editor Rob Anthes awarded Metcalf Institute science fellowship

Ten journalists have been selected to attend Metcalf Institute’s 2019 Annual Science Immersion Workshop for Journalists.

Buklad Memorial Homes: Compassionate, professional, hands-on service

Saying goodbye to a loved one is never easy. Chris Merlino of Buklad Memorial Homes is there to help people through the process with compassion and dignity.

MCCC student art on view in April

The work of visual Arts students at Mercer County Community College will be on display in the Gallery at Mercer as the college presents its annual Visual Arts Student Exhibition through April 25.

Alumna Jenn Melker takes the helm of Steinert softball

New head coach Jenn Melker has seen success as a player and assistant with the Steinert High School softball team.

Lauren LeClaire’s love of lacrosse the perfect gift for Hamilton Hornets

Hamilton West junior Lauren LeClair was the top scorer for the Hornets in 2018, with 24 goals. Now, she's ready for a new season.

Successful winter has Nottingham Northstars ready for spring

There has not been this level of excitement for a spring track and field season at Nottingham High since early this decade.

Soul food meets teriyaki at J&C

Food reporter Joe Emanski only had to look at the menu for J&C Teriyaki in Ewing for a minue to know that it was someplace I wanted to try.

Hamilton hero Boy Scout honored

Boy Scout Adam Pietras was only 10 when he fought off a loose bullmastiff that got into his family’s backyard and charged his younger sister, then 7.

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Yaede touches on entertainment district, township controversies in State of Hamilton address

Four years ago, Hamilton Mayor Kelly Yaede “had a vision” for the township’s future. Now it could become a reality, Yaede said in her final State of Hamilton address before she faces re-election.