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Ho Chi Min Trail, HamiltonMercer County residents do not have to go to Viet Nam to see the Ho Chi Minh Trail. There is a... [Read More]
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Police charged two men after authorities said they approached an elderly woman, offered to help her with a shopping cart and stole her wallet. [Read More]
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John Charlton lived to skate. [Read More]
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On Nov. 2 Mays Landing resident John Charlton acted as a good samaratan attempting to help a woman who was being assaulted by Calvin Wiggins,... [Read More]
Escaped teen murder suspect captured in Atlantic City ... [Read More]
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Local 14-year-old Jake Burnett has a goal of becoming an Eagle Scout in the very near future. On Monday, Nov. 13, the scout from Troop... [Read More]
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Opioid education may become more common in the Hamilton Township School District. [Read More]
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Republican John Kurtz defeated Democrat Dwight Melton by less than 20 votes to win a seat on the Township Committee, according to a count of... [Read More]
Police are urging drivers to avoid an area near a construction site Tuesday due to a gas leak. [Read More]
Police are urging drivers to avoid an area near a construction site Tuesday due to a gas leak. [Read More]
Lake Lenape was lowered Monday afternoon for routine inspections at the dam, police said. [Read More]
Frosty the Snowman and Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer led a parade through Hamilton Mall Saturday that also included the Hammonton High School Band, Egg Harbor... [Read More]
Frosty the Snowman and Rudolph the red-nosed Reindeer led a parade through Hamilton Mall on Saturday that also included the Hammonton High School Band, Egg... [Read More]
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In 2013, the Township Committee established the Township of Hamilton Honors and Remembers its Veterans program to honor local active and retired service members. To... [Read More]
The William Davies Middle School held its annual Veterans Day event Wednesday, Nov. 8. The day began with a flag-raising ceremony followed by a breakfast... [Read More]
The outcome in the Nov. 7 election for the one seat on the Hamilton Township Committee remains in doubt. On election night, incumbent Mayor John... [Read More]
The outcome of the election for one seat on the Township Committee remained in doubt Wednesday. [Read More]
Incumbent Barbara Kupp was the leading vote-getter in the race for three seats on the Hamilton Township Board of Education on Tuesday with 2,894 votes. [Read More]
Officers from the Hamilton Township Police Department visited Oakcrest High School on Friday, Nov. 3, to have a "collaboration dinner" with members of the school's... [Read More]
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