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One man dies in Hamilton Township shooting

A Trenton man died after he was shot multiple times in Hamilton Township last night.

Hamilton Area YMCA selects inaugural William ‘Bill’ Pecci Scholarship recipients

The Hamilton Area YMCA has selected two outstanding scholarship recipients to receive its inaugural William “Bill” Pecci scholarship.

Hamilton Little Lads 12U All Stars take home title trophy

The Hamilton Little Lads 12U All Stars won Cal Ripken Baseball’s Southern New Jersey District 1 title in June, finishing the tournament undefeated.

Man dies after being rescued from Hamilton house fire

Hamilton police are investigating a house fire in the township that left one man dead. Police were called to the fire at 75 Irving Court yesterday afternoon.

I-295 construction to cause overnight lane and ramp closures

A pavement preservation project will temporarily shut down lanes and ramps overnight on I-295 in Burlington and Mercer counties.

Miracle League of Mercer County to host all-star game with Trenton Thunder

Trenton Thunder is co-hosting an all-star game in conjunction with Miracle League of Mercer County.

Hamilton’s Jacob Fanning puts it together at plate

Hamilton's Jacob Fanning hit .362 and finished in the top 10 in batting in the Mercer County American Legion League.

David Stec delivers for Hamilton Post 31

David Stec returned to pitch for the Hamilton Post 31 this summer as the team’s ace. Entering the Final 8 Tournament July 8, Stec was 4-2.

Hamilton’s Dave Iorio flexes mind and muscle during Legion season

David Iorio is a thinking man’s ballplayer, and the Hamilton resident has found a key role with Hopewell Post 339 this summer.

Pitcher Tim Sharpley amazes with undefeated MCALL record

Pitcher Tim Sharpley finished the MCALL season 6-0 for Broad Street Park. He threw three shutouts, walked just six batters and was named the MCALL Pitcher of the Year.

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New owners, same traditions at treasured roadside ice cream stand Cream King

Cream King, the treasured ice cream oasis, opened in the mid-1950’s and has changed little since. But there has been one change this year. Cream King is under new ownership.