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Hamilton’s Kmart will be closing this fall, a victim of the chain’s troubled finances. The location at the intersection at Kuser Road and White Horse Avenue in Hamilton is one of four New Jersey stores in this round of shutterings.
The pitch was lined with so many spectators it had the feel of a state or county tournament game. But it was a freshman boys' soccer game. And that was all one needed to know about the impact that Jim “Jules” Giglio has had on the Steinert High School soccer program and community in general for the past three-plus decades.
Not since the Nottingham Little League and Babe Ruth League World Series teams of the 1990s had a recreation baseball squad energized Hamilton Township like this one. Indeed, no other Lads team had ever made it as far in Cal Ripken play.
For most of my life, my experience with summer sleepaway camps was limited to movies, books, and the 1963 Allen Sherman novelty song “Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh (A Letter from Camp)”.
Micheal Madigan is a Hamilton-based painter. I have admired his wonderfully colorful acrylic paintings for a long time.
Mercer County residents can’t seem to figure out what is recyclable and what isn’t. The result has been increasingly contaminated containers and huge increases in recycling costs.
Following a state decision to revoke the license of Hamilton Township’s health officer due to lagging restaurant inspections, the township health department reported last month that it had inspected less than 40 percent of the food retail establishments in Hamilton so far in 2019.
For the first time in 30 years, someone not named Jon Adams is head coach of the Nottingham High football team. And even if Milo McGuire guides the Northstars to an undefeated record and a state championship, it would only be a part of what he hopes to accomplish.
Kat Calle returns for her second season as the Spartans’ starting goalkeeper, after splitting time on the freshman and JV teams her first two years.
First responders from across the country have answered the call after a pair of their own lost everything in a fire last month. By Aug. 21, $18,111 had been raised, exceeding the initial goal by more than $10,000.