Saturday, June 24, 2017

Hamilton resident provides immigrants the kind of welcome he did not receive

Since 1999, Carolino Hernandez has worked as executive director and founder of Trenton’s El Centro, a resource for local and immigrant families to prosper in the community.

Steinert grad and video game writer starts quest in Japan

Miranda Suarez is spending her semester abroad at Kansai Gaidai University, as one of about 600 international students enrolled in the private university’s Asian Studies program.

Robinson Elementary student gains praise for anti-bullying app, ZEBRA

Although she’s created an award-winning mobile app, Zoe Kurdakul is nervous about speaking this summer at the Zoho Creator’s 4th annual user conference in Pleasanton, California.

Girl Scouts give derelict Yardville park a face lift

Reynolds Middle School students spent their spring break cleaning West Acres Park in Yardville as part of a Silver Award project for Girl Scouts.

In 25 years, Robbinsville Hamilton Rotary Club has changed its community

This year, the Robbinsville Hamilton Rotary Club is celebrating 25 years of service. During its two-and-a-half decades of existence, the club has made a point of living its motto, “service above self.”

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.

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.

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.

Hamilton school board passes charter school policy to close loophole

Failed STEAM school applications by the Hamilton school board's ex-president spurred the district to pass a new charter school policy.

Hamilton West GALRE meets Vice President Pence

The Hamilton High West GALRE (Government and Law Related Experiences) class’s annual trip to Washington, D.C. was full of surprises from the beginning.

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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.