There have been some truly legendary coaches at Mercer County Community College over the years, and Ryan Zegarski is among them
One hundred years ago, 40 families in the Trenton area founded a church. The 40 families were of Greek heritage and primarily from the Greek islands of Andros and Chios.
Lisa Zola-De Libero continues to follow in her mother’s footsteps with the help of her staff to ensure their students’ smiles and laughter for years to come
The Winter Olympics just finished in February 2022, with classic events like Curling and new sports like Women’s Monobob, which sounds like it has something to do with cutting your own hair
The art of nature enthralls many. The art of nature, birds and flight enthrall Ernest Silagyi. He is an artist still making art at age 90. He has been carving decoys for 75 years
Bresnen has returned for another season after leading the Spartans with 16 RBI, and finishing second among regulars in average (.362), third in hits (21) and second in walks (10) last year
Through the first eight contests, Bressler had scored at least once in every game; and had one six-goal explosion and two five-goal efforts
Are you aware that there are students in Hamilton Township who are having an international virtual experience via weekly Zoom encounters, pen pals, and educational videos?
Hamilton's Gilda Rorro, member of the national Italian-American Hall of Fame, honored by the president of Italy and a New Jersey education pioneer, still works to fulfill a pledge she made to Pope Pius XII
Members of St. George Ukrainian Orthodox Church say Vladimir Putin’s inhumanity has been met locally with a humanitarian outpouring of support for them, and for Ukraine, from the Hamilton community
But this young bunch was in need of guidance and support, and therein lies the greatest intangible of the 2021-22 Northstars: the leadership of seniors Temi Kabiawu, Aiden Holman and captain Lewis Harvey
Ceara O’Neal is hardly in need of rehab, but she does have an addiction. And it’s a habit the Steinert softball team hopes she can’t kick
Rebecca Swan is a Hamilton-based artist and is full of energy, as is her work. Her large swirling colorful works are bright, bold and adventurous
We love our dogs. We pamper them. We pamper them a lot. We clear the snow for them. We talk to them. We sometimes take better care of them than we do ourselves
Officials at St. Gregory the Great Church in Hamilton describe their wall-length stained glass work, “The Creation,” a “series of dynamic swirls and colors (where one) will find the Holy Trinity, the planets and the colors of the liturgical season.”
Hamilton Township has three such student-athletes who will be honored at this year’s George Wah Scholar-Leader-Athlete Dinner, sponsored by the Delaware Valley Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame
It looked like this could be the year Sal Famularo would finally battle through his injury issues and gain a state tournament berth; until the problem came back to bite him at the worst time of the season
It was an hour before a 1973 NJSIAA Group IV tournament game at the Peddie School, and Steinert’s soccer players were disembarking from the bus while their Edison counterparts watched with amusement.
“That’s why we call him ‘Takeover,’” Hornets coach Brandon Johnson says. “As you watch him play, he can go on stretches at any point of the game where he takes the game over."
What happens when three friends invest in a golf course, sell the golf course, but end up holding the golf course liquor license? They find the liquor license a new home
The way Jacob Van Der Horn looks at it, the wrestling mat is like a chess board. Except a circle replaces the checkered surface, and there are two moving pieces rather than a group of stationary ones
The first thing you notice about Stesher Methelier is that he’s a physical specimen. A drop-dead, well-sculpted, high school physical specimen
Alexander Dutko and Thiago Silva decided on Hamilton for Ballet Central New Jersey because of the enthusiasm about young people activities in town. Ten years later, with an expanded facility, the center is full steam ahead
"For most people in New Jersey, the decision of where to go on a winter vacation is pretty simple—head south, toward warmer weather. I say that’s for the birds."
One of the biggest challenges yet in the COVID-19 pandemic occurred in January with the emergence of the Omicron variant of the virus.
Trenton Water Works has removed 25% of the lead pipes from its water-distribution system, including at private homes, according to the utility, which serves most of Lawrence Township.
New Jersey residents voted overwhelmingly to legalize marijuana more than a year ago, but they won’t be able to walk into a store and buy cannabis until later this year at the earliest.
Thanks to Bordentown and Habitat for Humanity of Burlington and Mercer Counties, 10 new families will make the township their home home in 2022
Along with the team’s top swimmer, fellow 10th-grader Vanessa Bryk, Audrey Ford has helped Nottingham to a 1-2-1 start after the Stars went 0-8 last year
Serving up hot coffee and vocational skills, Chuck’s Place, a Wawa-like store in Mercer High School, is an opportunity for students who work there to gain valuable occupational experience.
New Hampshire doesn’t have a seat belt law, so anyone who chafes at seat belt requirements can go there to Live Free, and Be Statistically More Likely to Die.
The impact Covid-19 had on the airline industry was unlike anything that Melinda Montgomery, the manager of the Trenton-Mercer Airport, had ever seen before.
Kyle Lane, unbeknownst to most people, is an important cog in a football program that was ranked No. 1 in the Associated Press poll heading into its Nov. 20 game with Charleston Southern
Aidan “The Hammer” Quinn, a member of the Miracle League of Mercer County based in Hamilton Township, was this year’s local representative to be recognized at the 2021 Miracle League National All-Star Weekend in Houston
Daphne Kent-Wilczynski is a busy lady. She has two phones in her hand and three restaurants going, and she is hands on in running all three of them