Community Announcements

September 21, 2020

ROBBINSVILLE, NJ -- After more than six months of being closed to protect residents from the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) the Robbinsville Senior Center will be bustling once again for the use by non-profit organizations. On Monday Robbinsville Township officials announced on that the space was ...

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HAMILTON, NJ - Drivers should consider alternate routes to avoid road construction in the coming weeks.  Beginning Wednesday, September 23, the Mercer County Department of Transportation will be working on a milling and resurfacing project on Sloan Avenue (CR649) between the I-295 Overpass and ...

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HAMILTON, NJ -- Hamilton Township will host a free rabies clinic to protect local cat and dogs. The free rabies clinic will be held on Tuesday, September 22 between 5:00 pm and 7:00 pm at the McManimon Building located at 320 Scully Ave in Hamilton.  Cats and dogs must be at least 3 months ...

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ROBBINSVILLE, NJ - A motor vehicle accident has closed Route 130 in both directions late Thursday morning.   An alert from the Robbinsville Office of Emergency Management (OEM) stated that the highway is closed between Hankins Road and Windsor Road. OEM indicated that a motor vehicle accident ...

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ROBBINSVILLE, NJ -- With many families spending more time than ever at home, it may be time to bring in new baby and kids gear, toys and clothes while staying on a budget. Later this month, central New Jersey families will flock to one of the state’s largest consignment sales -- the annual ...

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HAMILTON, NJ -- Hamilton Township Mayor and First Lady Jeff and Scarlett Martin have welcomed a beautiful baby girl. Their daughter, Olivia Elizabeth, was born on Friday, September 4 weighing seven pounds three ounces and 21.5 inches long. She is the first child for the Martin's who recently ...

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HAMILTON, NJ – Hamilton Township will hold its annual September 11th remembrance ceremony on Friday, September 11 at 1:00 PM inside the Klockner Road Entrance of Veterans Park at the September 11th Memorial Grove. The ceremony will include the participation of Hamilton Township Mayor Jeff ...

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HAMILTON, NJ -- Hamilton's John Cimino was recently named "chief strategy officer by NJ- T&M Associates, a leading national consulting, environmental, engineering and construction management company. The leadership appointment is said to "represent the evolution of the company and set the stage ...

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NEW JERSEY -- The County Prosecutors Association of New Jersey recently announced the annual availability of scholarships for college, graduate and law students. Each of the four scholarships -- the Oscar W. Rittenhouse Memorial Scholarship, the Andrew K. Ruotolo Jr. Memorial Scholarship, the ...

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ROBBINSVILLE, NJ -- The birth of the Army's 82nd Airborne Division and Special Forces, commonly called the Green Berets, will be commemorated on Sunday at the inconspicuous monument located at Route 130 north in Robbinsville. The site marks the spot where the first test for parachuting members of ...

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HAMILTON, NJ – Hamilton Mayor Jeff Martin announced on Tuesday that the Township’s annual calendar will feature ‘Hamilton Heroes’ and frontline workers and essential personnel.  Local residents and businesses who volunteered throughout our community during the pandemic also will be ...

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FREEHOLD, NJ — Representative Chris Smith (NJ-04), in conjunction with the Veterans Administration (VA), will host a VA Telephone Claims Clinic for vets, military retirees and their family members, and active duty service members on August 18 and 19. It’s vitally important that veterans, active ...

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HAMILTON/ROBBINSVILLE, NJ --  With power still out in thousands of homes across Hamilton and Robbinsville following the impact of Tropical Storm Isais, both townships have opened cooling and charging centers for residents.  Hamilton Township's cooling and charging center will be at the Senior ...

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HAMILTON, NJ --  The heaviest of the rain and winds from Tropical Storm Isaias began to subside early afternoon on Tuesday. However, the fast-moving storm caused significant power outages to the area as well as downed trees and power lines.  As of 1:00 pm, Hamilton Township reported that an ...

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HAMILTON, NJ --  Hamilton Township announced on Thursday that local fire hydrant flushing will be occurring throughout the community in coming days. Flushing hydrants is an important preventive maintenance activity that verifies proper operation of the hydrant and ensures adequate water flow ...

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HAMILTON, NJ --  Hamilton Avenue will be closed beginning on Monday, August 3 for approximately three weeks of road work (weather permitting) for improvements.  The work being done by Mercer County on CR-606, better known as Hamilton Ave., will closed in the area between Cypress Lane and Newkirk ...

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HAMILTON, NJ --  Long-long Mercer County resident and active Hamiltonian, Thomas Giaguinto is set to celebrate his life well lived on his upcoming 75th birthday. Born on August 2, 1945, Giaguinto followed in his family's footsteps by contributing to the community where he has lived and worked ...

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HAMILTON, NJ --  When the Hamilton Area YMCA was forced to close their doors on March 16 at the onset of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, it put a halt to the Spring program session. It also left a deep void in the lives of many families who utilize the various services offered by the ...

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HAMILTON, NJ --   Hamilton Township Police are asking for members of the public to step forward with information about an accident that left an 88-year-old woman hospitalized with serious injuries.   The Hamilton Township woman was struck by a motor vehicle as she walked in the parking lot at ...

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HAMILTON, NJ --  The annual Hamilton Police Athletic League's annual Safety Town is booked to capacity once again this year! The two-week course is designed for children who are entering kindergarten or five-years old and older to teach safety at home, on the playground, or walking in their ...

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ROBBINSVILLE, NJ  -- Making new summer camp memories will be postponed until next year for local kid campers. The Robbinsville Recreation Division announced "with great regret" Friday that they have cancelled their summer Day Camp. Noting that this year has been "difficult" for everyone, the ...

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HAMILTON, NJ --  As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to grip the nation, Hamilton Township announced on Friday that two popular community events will not be happening this year -- National Night Out and Oktoberfest. Hamilton Township noted that Oktoberfest, which was to be held on October 18 is ...

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TRENTON, NJ  – New Jersey Lottery officials issued an alert Monday after recent reports of alleged lottery scams cropping up over the past weeks in social media posts. The agency cautioned players to beware of any social media postings, emails or telephone calls from anyone promising lottery ...

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ROBBINSVILLE, NJ -- The Robbinsville Township Police Department (RTPD) announced on Tuesday the annual community National Night Out that is traditionally held in August will take place on Tuesday, October 6 "to have a clearer picture of the guidelines in place for Covid-19 prevention at that ...

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HAMILTON, NJ --  After months being cooped up at home, local youth will be able to get active again at the Hamilton Area YMCA's summer camp.  In announcing the reopening of summer camp, the YMCA assured families that "your child's safety is our number one priority."  The annual Hamilton Area ...

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HAMILTON, NJ --  The "Father’s Day Unity March & Peaceful Protest" organized by Hamilton Pastor Dr. Joseph E. Woods of the Saint Phillips Baptist Church has been postponed due to an inclement weather forecast on Sunday. Organizers made the announcement Saturday evening out of "concern for ...

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HAMILTON, NJ -- Scores of Hamiltonians remembered former Assemblyman Paul R. Kramer on Thursday after the announcement that he passed away peacefully two days earlier at the age of 86 after a long illness.  He is being remembered as a "very polite and polished man" who was "one of the really ...

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HAMILTON, NJ --  Long-time public servant and former Assemblyman Paul R. Kramer passed away peacefully at his home after a long illness on Tuesday. Kramer, widely known as the author of "Megan's Law" which created a statewide registry of sex offenders following the brutal killing of Hamilton's ...

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HAMILTON, NJ -- Well-known Hamilton Pastor Dr. Joseph E. Woods of the Saint Phillips Baptist Church has issued “A Call to Action” and announced a "Father’s Day Unity March & Peaceful Protest."  Woods said the Call is "in response to the constant disregard for Black life as witnessed through ...

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ROBBINSVILLE, NJ -- To fix deteriorated pavement surface conditions, Old Trenton Road (CR 535) from South Post Road to Robbinsville-Edinburg Road is scheduled for milling and resurfacing by the Mercer County Department of Transportation (DOT). Work is set to begin on or about Monday, June 15 ...

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