Saturday, June 24, 2017

Hamilton to mark 10-year anniversary of fallen soldiers

Ten years ago, Hamilton lost two soldiers serving in Iraq within a six-month period. Now, the community is coming together to honor their lives.

Mercer County to conduct Flag Day decommissioning ceremony

The Mercer County Office of Veteran Services invites citizens and civic groups to participate in an official flag decommissioning ceremony on Flag Day.

Hamilton police investigating string of Route 33 burglaries

Several Hamilton businesses along Route 33 were burglarized on Wednesday night, according to a statement from the Hamilton Police Division.

Top 10 Seniors: Steinert High School

The Class of 2017 at Hamilton’s three public high schools—including the Top 10 seniors featured below—will graduate June 23, 2017.

Top 10 Seniors: Nottingham High School

The Class of 2017 at Hamilton’s three public high schools—including the Top 10 seniors featured below—will graduate June 23, 2017.

Top 10 Seniors: Hamilton High West

The Class of 2017 at Hamilton’s three public high schools—including the Top 10 seniors featured below—will graduate June 23, 2017.

Cultural festival to celebrate the diversity of Mercer County

In celebration of Mercer County residents’ many ethnicities and countries of origin, the County will present the seventh annual Cultural Festival and Food Truck Rally on Saturday, June 17.

Centennial Celebration: Greenwood Elementary students marvel at school’s rich history

Students of the past and present reflect on their time at Greenwood Elementary as the school turns 100.

Complex Simplicity: of cromulence, crapulence and romance

Some people say the most beautiful words in the English language are “I love you”—but I beg to differ.

The song remains the same, but our relationship with it changes

My boyfriend texted me a few weeks ago: ‘I found something you’re gonna love, but it will be a huge distraction.’ He was right; ranking albums is nearly all I’ve thought about since.

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Lawrence Girl Scouts teach the art of healthy food to earn Silver Award

Lawrence residents Kelli Collins, Kaitlyn Maloney and Nicole Seeburger created placemats that promote healthy eating to earn the Girl Scout Silver Award.