Monday, April 24, 2017

I-295 southbound Route 1 exit to close in both directions this weekend

The I-95 northbound/I-295 southbound Exit 67 ramp to Route 1 will be closed in both directions this weekend.

Mercer County students display their artwork at The Gallery at Mercer

The Gallery at Mercer is closing out its 2016-17 season with artwork from Mercer County visual arts students.

Friendship spawns creative partnership and ‘Francis’ film

Robert Bullington might be three decades younger than Frederick Olessi, but their bond is much closer than their age difference.

Range of expertise helps Kenny, Chase & Costa represent clients

Kenny Chase & Costa, formerly known as Hartsough Kenny Chase, assists individuals, organizations, and townships in a variety of cases.

School provides a loving environment to Do and Learn

Amy McCormick always knew she wanted to be a pre-school teacher. In June 2010, as a teacher at Do and Learn Day Nursery, she purchased the school from the original owners.

Baseball one of many passions for Pennington’s Morency

Hamilton's Tony Morency is embarking on his final baseball season at the Pennington School after two consecutive seasons of hitting .356.

Spartans softball back to square one after 2016 state title

The magic of 2016 still lives within the returning Steinert High varsity softball players, but the real trick will be to replace it with a renewed focus on the task at hand.

Nottingham baseball approaches top-dog role with confidence

In just the second season under coach Jim Maher, the Northstars went 19-11 and won the CJ III crown.

Nottingham boys’ basketball team proves naysayers wrong with their best season ever

This winter, head coach Chris Raba guided the Northstars to the greatest basketball season in school history. Nottingham finished 23-6 to set a school record for victories.

She Said, She Said: Yes, I know how to keep score

In her first column, Hamilton Post assistant editor Samantha Sciarrotta discusses sexism in sports media.

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Steinert student creates GoFundMe to replace broken classroom skeleton

Steinert High School senior Juliana Bell started a GoFundMe page to raise money for a new skeleton to give to science teacher Patrick Hearney.