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Trenton Water Works found elevated levels of lead in drinking water in some Mercer County homes and buildings, according to a notice mailed to customers.
For the third consecutive year, Hamilton Township is hosting a Clear the Shelter event in an effort to find suitable forever homes for the cats and dogs.
On Tuesday, the Hamilton Township Police Division was transformed into a fairground for National Night Out, an annual community-building campaign.
On Tuesday, communities across the nation will get together to celebrate National Night Out, an annual community-building campaign.
After liking what he saw from the HTRBA 12-year-old All Stars this summer, Jim Maher thinks he may stick around for a while as the Nottingham High baseball coach.
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.
On Sept. 9 at 4 p.m., the Cardinals and Irish will meet at Rider University for the inaugural Mayor’s Cup, a celebration of soccer in Lawrence.