Hamilton's Great Dine Out

Hamilton Township restaurants have picked their favorite signature dishes and fan favorites to share with diners from May 17-24. You can connect and enjoy Hamilton's local food scene and support our small businesses in whatever way you prefer -- dining in, picking up, via delivery, or outside dining.With great choices for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert we encourage everyone to have fun, try something new, and enjoy amazing meals!

Be sure to post your food on social media with the hashtag #HamiltonDineOutFor a full list of restaurants visithttps://hamiltonnj.com/hamiltongreatdineout

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Mon, May 17
6:00 am — 6:00 am
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Hamilton Township restaurants have picked their favorite signature dishes and fan favorites to share with diners from May 17-24. You can connect and enjoy Hamilton's local food scene and support our small businesses in whatever way you prefer -- dining in, picking up, via delivery, or outside dining.With great choices for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert we encourage everyone to have fun, ...

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Mercer County to Respectfully Retire Flags (Postponed)

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TRENTON, NJ — Members of the public are invited to join Mercer County Executive Brian M. Hughes and the Mercer County Office of Veteran Services in retiring the Stars and Stripes on American flags that are no longer able to be respectfully flown. 

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New Jersey Librarian of the Year Advocates for Teens, Librarians of Color

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Lost Dogs Found Near Hamilton's Bromley Park, Duck Island

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If either of these dogs are ...

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Relationships are Messy: Some Keys to Embracing the Messiness

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From Ponds to Waterfalls: Outdoor Water Features You Can DIY

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Assess and Adjust Sprinkler Heads
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Festive Food: Red, White, and Blue for the Fourth

A Fourth of July gathering is the classic summer event – food, fun, and friends. This year, treat your guests to some festive new dishes highlighting the red, white, and blue we all associate with this special holiday.

Star Confetti Cookies

For a fun, easy dessert that you can pair with any main dish, try these cutout star cookies. The recipe has been tested to ensure that the cookies ...

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No-Churn Birthday Cake Ice Cream

Ingredients:

1 tsp. vanilla extract
14 oz. can sweetened condensed milk
2 cups cold heavy whipping cream
¼ cup ...

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Dear Editor,

I'm writing this in response to Robbinsville's recent statement concerning the warehouse proposal for Mercer Corporate Park on Robbinsville-Allentown Rd. I do not believe it provided residents a complete and accurate assessment of the proposal.  

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