Due to high demand in early voting, officials have extended their hours for Vote-by-Mail processing.
The eagle has landed at the Hamilton Township Library.
This free talk will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 7 to 8:30 p.m., at the Hamilton Township Public Library.
Hamilton Township is holding its second job fair of the year to help connect residents with many existing local job opportunities.
“15 Shades of Grey,” a new exhibit featuring works by 15 different artists, is now on display at RWJ Hamilton.
The township will host Oktoberfest in Veterans Park on Saturday, Oct. 1 and Sunday, Oct. 2. The event will replace the Septemberfest and Fall Harvest festivals.
The 17th annual Italian American Festival of Mercer County will take over the festival grounds at Mercer County Park for three days of music, food and Italian-style.
Looking down the halls of Hamilton High School at the turn of the 21st century, Christian Burns would not have been the obvious choice for the school’s next basketball star. He just didn’t look the part.
The culmination of nearly all young athletic careers becomes imminent as the days leading towards a high school graduation dwindle. For a young Hamilton athlete named Mike Vajo, there was seemingly no exceptions to be made.
The Hamilton Hurricanes can do it all—and did. The dozen young girls that make up the Babe Ruth League program’s 8U all-star team went on a statewide tear this summer.