Last month, I walked through the doors of St. Mark’s Chruch on Paxson Avenue, and straight back to 1990.
Hamilton Township voters will be able to have their say Tuesday, Sept. 26 on a $55.4M school facilities referendum.
The Hibernian Athletic Association is making one of the biggest and noteworthy leaps in the history of the program.
Promising to make every day both fun and educational, the staff at the Kiddie Academy of Hamilton-Yardville at 621 Route 130 in Hamilton strive to provide the best experience.
It’s this hot Sunday morning in August 1944. I’m sitting in the dining, room on the floor in our Hartley Avenue home listening to “Uncle Don” on WOR.
In 2002, The Bachelor debuted, marking the beginning of a period that for me, is—and I hope, will forever remain—the high-water mark of low TV.
It rained steadily on the day Hamilton Township rededicated Snell and Wilkus Memorial Park, but family members universally described the event as beautiful.
In 2014, 4-year-old Eli Waller died from Enterovirus D68. Now his family is adding a new program to their First Day of School Foundation to give back to the community that supported their son.
Local families say their access to crucial services has been brought to an end thanks to a decision by the New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities to cut the service on a rolling basis.
"Real-life me could learn a lot from TV-watching me," columnist Samantha Sciarrotta says.