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Classic Sub Shop seeks help feeding the elderly, those sick with COVID-19

What started as one donation from a loyal customer has blossomed into a movement the owners of Classic Sub Shop in Hamilton hope will spread throughout Mercer County.

Balmir out, Mark Murranko in as Hamilton interim business administrator

Deputy business administrator Mark Murranko will fill in as intermin business administrator until a permanent replacement, already identified but not yet named publicly, can take the job

Hamilton YMCA starts food drive, full-time day care for first responders

The Hamilton Area YMCA is holding a food drive to benefit Mercer Street Friends, and has also announced that they will be offering full-day child-care services for those who are on the front line in the coronavirus crisis

Hamilton High School West names Class of 2020 Academic Achievers

A panel of teachers, guidance counselors and administrators at Hamilton High School West have selected eight seniors as the Class of 2020’s Academic Achievers.

Hamilton filmmaker Jamaal Green gains notice on festival circuit

Hamilton resident Jamaal Green's project "Chronicles Of: The Good Reverend" was featured in the ticketed, block schedule of the 2020 Garden State Film Festival

Artist reflects on legacy of Grounds For Sculpture founder Seward Johnson

Artist Léni Paquet-Morant writes about her work with Grounds For Sculpture founder Seward Johnson, and how it led her to lay roots in Hamilton.

Hamilton West’s Jacob Darby reflects on eventful senior year

Hamilton West senior Jacob Darby overcame a serious knee injury—and more—en route to a decorated senior year athletically and academically

Nottingham High track makes bold statement during winter season

The Nottingham High indoor track and field team spent the entire winter making a big bold statement.

Dabbene: The story of a guy with a sign on Route 29

For years, I’ve wondered about the people who stand on the concrete islands on Route 29, waiting for red lights to shuffle out among the cars.

Steinert’s Alex Haley finds fulfillment at catcher’s position

Steinert High School catcher Alex Haley’s involvement has helped the Spartans to some rarified air during her first three seasons.

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3 Mercer towns to provide drug, approved for COVID-19 treatment, at no cost

Greenhill Pharmacy in East Windsor has partnered with the townships of East Windsor, Robbinsville and Hamilton to provide Hydroxychloroquine Sulfate to treat patients suffering from COVID-19 at no cost starting tomorrow.