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Cops seize $436,000 worth of pills from Yardville home

The Mercer County Narcotics Task Force seized more than $400,000 in opioids from a Yardville home Nov. 1, according to a press release from Mercer County Prosecutor's Office.

Jeff Martin defeats Kelly Yaede in Hamilton mayoral race, leads Democratic sweep

Changes are coming to town hall, with Democrats sweeping Hamilton Township municipal races on Election Day 2019. The biggest change will be in the mayor’s office, where challenger Jeff Martin defeated incumbent Kelly Yaede.

Notre Dame’s Bella Pesce feels at home at midfielder

After a career of playing outside defender, Notre Dame's Bella Pesce is in her first season as a center-midfielder and looks as if she is born for the position.

Residents’ group challenges county on Dam Site 21 plans

Residents bordering the site of a proposed park find themselves torn about the potential development of the county-owned Dam Site 21.

Hamilton West’s 86-year-old superfan to be honored at Thanksgiving game

The 86-year-old Earl "Bogie" Bogart is about as famous as the Hornet athletes he has supported since the early 1950s.

Steinert student’s presentations put face to the word ‘autism’

Early on after his son's autism diagnosis, Andrew Sinkleris couldn’t help to ask “why us.” Now, he feels like he has the answer.

‘The Red Menace’ anchor solid Steinert soccer team

It took a while to evolve into its current state, but the back third of the field has become one of the true strengths for the Steinert boys’ soccer team this year.

Grant, renovations help veterans at Hamilton’s American Legion Post 31

American Legion Post 31 vice commander Jack McHugh says the organization’s No. 1 concern is helping veterans. A recent grant may help make that goal even more attainable.

Emily Midura plays key role in resurgence of Nottingham girls’ soccer

Nottingham High girls' soccer senior Emily Midura has been honing her game by playing since “whatever age you’re allowed to start.”

Peter Kernast celebrates 30 years of his WTSR radio show

Hearing music on FM radio for the first time changed the whole music game for WTSR's Peter Kernast.

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Steinert student’s presentations put face to the word ‘autism’

Early on after his son's autism diagnosis, Andrew Sinkleris couldn’t help to ask “why us.” Now, he feels like he has the answer.