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Hamilton pianist Joseph Kesting makes 2nd Carnegie Hall appearance

Notre Dame junior is one out of over 5,000 instrumentalists that participated in auditions

Hamilton Township fire districts to hold elections on February 15

On the third Saturday in February, the public will have its say on the budgets and commissioners for Hamilton’s fire districts

Hamilton mayor Jeff Martin details plans for his new administration

A new era has begun in Hamilton Township. Democrat Jeff Martin took over the mayor’s office from Kelly Yaede and the weeks have been a flurry of activity as Martin builds the framework of his administration

Sam Sciarrotta: Eulogy for a craft store

We have lost a township institution, and its name was A.C. Moore. When the New Jersey-based arts and crafts retailer announced it was going out of business in November, I felt one of the threads of my soul snap

Thomas Kelly: 7 Questions with Pat Proniewski

Pat Proniewski is an accomplished artist. Her paintings reflect what she sees and imagines. Her work is of New Jersey and its environs. She paints landscapes, florals, farms and towns. Her paintings are upbeat and uplifting

‘Coat kid’ Max Frost keeps thousands warm in Mercer County

It has become Max Frost's mission to collect and donate as many coats as he can so those in need can have a warmer winter.

Steinert girls’ basketball can count on Crysten Wood one last time

This season marks the end of an era for the Steinert girls’ basketball coach Kristen Jacobs, as she is in the final season coaching one of three Wood sisters.

Hamilton High West seniors Tobias Prall and Jamaj Walker lead Hornets to a hot start

The senior bookends are the stability that Brandon Johnson needs in his first year as a head coach

Trenton Water Works begins lead service line replacement program

Homes were selected on a “first come, first served” basis with more than 7,000 home owners registered

Trevor Giordano grows into scoring role for Steinert high boys’ Basketball

Trevor Giordano was always the smallest guy on the basketball court, so he knew early on scoring wasn’t going to be his main thing. Now in his senior year playing for Steinert, a funny thing has happened

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Township manager Kevin Nerwinski talks the state of Lawrence in 2020

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