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Steinert High senior plays Peppermint Princess at Great Adventure

Amanda Angermiller performs at the Six Flags Holiday in the Park winter festival, whic runs until Jan. 3, 2021 on weekends and select days.

Hamilton Township launches business registry

New ordinance fines requires every business register with Hamilton Township and fines those not complying by Dec. 31.

Hamilton Arts Commission contest focuses on thankfulness

The Grateful Arts Challenge calls for different types of artists to create a piece of artwork that displays their feelings of thankfulness.

L.A’s Frontera to distribute free Thanksgiving meals

On Thanksgiving day, the store will provide free platters to those in need starting at 1 p.m.

Volunteers help Homefront provide amid pandemic

Homefront has distributed more than double the number of groceries and other basic essentials in 2020 than in a normal year.

Joey’s Little Angels to host 10th Christmas toy drive Nov. 28

Joey's Little Angels started as a way for Nicole and James Angiolino to give back. It's grown to help children across the country.

Incumbents return to Hamilton Township council, Board of Ed

Incumbents mostly ruled Election Day 2020 in Hamilton Township, with only one new face winning election in municipal races.

Extra attention doesn’t bother Notre Dame soccer’s Danny Bensch

Heading into this year’s state tournament, Danny Bensch led Notre Dame in both goals and assists during a 7-1 regular season.

Chance encounter helps Hamilton’s Alyssa Clayton find field hockey

Alyssa Clayton had a point in Hamilton West's last four games before the Hornets' season abruptly ended due to a COVID-19 shutdown.

Steinert High soccer’s Dylan Kotch continues frantic scoring pace

This season, with the entire CVC looking to defend him, Dylan Kotch had 12 goals and four assists through the Spartans 7-1-1 regular season.

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Hamilton replaces Winter Wonderland with Holiday in the Park for 2020

Winter Wonderland will return in the upcoming years when it is safe for it to be held, Hamilton Township officials said.