Because the answer to their question is, “No, there will not be beer at Oktoberfest.” This, of course, is like saying, “There will be no pizza at DeLorenzo’s.”
I’ve been amazed that despite radical advances in technology and methodology, including smartboards and computerized tests, most Hamilton classrooms still don’t have air conditioning.
Lucy Ann Taffner, a 15-year-old sophomore at Steinert High School, has been playing tennis since the age of 3.
When the 2015 cross country season ended, Jose Colon stood to be the No. 1 runner on the Nottingham High boys’ team.
Kamara, a Nottingham High School graduate, was one of four athletes representing Sierra Leone at the Olympics this summer in Rio.
The inevitability of a trip to Brenna Funeral Home at 340 Hamilton Ave. in Trenton’s Chambersburg section has been a bittersweet reality to scores of Italian-American families since 1929.
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Dr. Dawn Rockwell and her husband, Dr. Alexander Rockwell, have two locations: one on Route 33 in Hamilton and a second office in Middletown.
Most recently, he was re-elected as commissioner of the New Jersey Lottery Commission, a board he has served on since 2010.
Township officials are hoping residents see Hamilton’s new event, Oktoberfest, as a 2-for-1 deal.