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Rat’s Restaurant finds new role as provider for the food insecure

Closed by the Covid-19 Pandemic, Rat's Restaurant at Grounds For Sculpture in Hamilton is now providing up to 6,500 meals a day for people in need through the Preferred Meals program

Hamilton Township receives $4.1M loan from Robbinsville to cover debt

Hamilton has approximately $14.5 million in short-term debt, known as bond anticipation notes, coming due in February 2021. Robbinsville—sitting on a large cash surplus—offered its neighbors $4,098,536 at an interest rate of 1 percent.

United Moms donate 14K masks, cash to RWJ University Hospital Hamilton

The hospital says the contributions will be used to support the hospital’s ongoing priority mission of patient and staff safety

Restaurants find ways to adapt in the pandemic era

"We took a deep breath and sat down and said, 'OK, how do we do this? How do we evolve?"

Grice Middle School named National School of Character

Grice Middle School has been certified as one of the 84 schools and seven districts in 15 states to qualify as 2020 National Schools of Character.

Angelo’s Trattoria in Bordentown will be a return to pasta for Toscano chef

Zack Melker looks forward to making fresh pasta in his soon-to-open Farnsworth Avenue restaurant
Spirit of Princeton Memorial Day Parade 2019

Towns create at-home celebrations for Memorial Day

Virtual celebrations and remote activities that can be done safely from home have taken the place of the traditional Memorial Day parades in town

Great Hamilton Takeout event to support local eateries May 27

The Great Hamilton Takeout campaign was created as a means to help local restaurants as they attempt to cope with the effects the COVID-19 pandemic has had on their businesses.

World War II vet, former Hopewell police chief honored on 100th birthday

Thomas Fillebrown served in World War II, was police chief in Hopewell Borough for more than a decade, volunteered as a fireman and a EMT, and even arranged New Jersey’s first EMT class for volunteer first aid squads.

Hamilton, Robbinsville announce joint decision to raise sewer rates

Residential sewer rates in each municipality will increase effective in July and reflected on the Oct. 1 bill.

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