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South Broad Street Quick Check Robbery Under Investigation

September 17, 2019

HAMILTON, NJ -- Hamilton Township Police are investigating an early Tuesday morning robbery of a local convenience store.   Detectives are investigating a robbery that took place at approximately 1:30am Tuesday morning of the Quick Check store located at 2695 South Broad Street.

The suspect entered the convenience store and made a small food ...

Hamilton Police Seeking Help Identifying Suspect in Walmart Purse Theft

HAMILTON, NJ --  The Hamilton Township Police Department is seeking the public's help in identifying a suspect in an on-going investigation where a purse was stolen at the Walmart located at 1750 Nottingham Way in Hamilton. According to a statement the suspect allegedly stole the purse left behind by an elderly female on at approximately 3:00 pm on September 7.

The suspect ...

Hamilton Ceremony Solemnly Remembers September 11th

HAMILTON, NJ --  In a solemn ceremony on Wednesday afternoon, several hundred people from all walks of life including police officers, firefighters, EMS professionals, veterans and families memorialized the 18th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11th, 2001.  

"We are proud to serve and proud to protect this community. We must educate ...

Robbinsville Firefighters to Host annual September 11th Memorial

ROBBINSVILLE, NJ --  The Robbinsville Township Fire Department and the Robbinsville Professional Firefighters Association will hold their annual 9-11 Memorial Ceremony on Wednesday, at 9:45am.  The public is welcome to attend.  

The ceremony will be held at the Memorial Tree on Lake Drive in Town Center, near the intersection of Hutchinson Road. There will be a ...

Firefighters to Take Part in Charity Bike Ride for Scholarships 9/11 Victims

HAMILTON, NJ --  Three local firefighters will saddle up on their bicycles and make the more than 300-mile long ride from Washington D.C. to Pennsylvania in September to pay tribute to the first responders lost on 9/11 and to honor members of the military. The event is part of the 9/11 Promise Run which was established in 2016 to commemorate the lives lost in the ...

Child Luring Incident Being Investigated Robbinsville Police Say

ROBBINSVILLE, NJ --  An alleged attempted child luring incident is under investigation by the Robbinsville Police Department.

According to a report a stranger sought the attention of three juveniles Thursday evening at the Foxmoor Shopping Center.  At approximately, 6:27pm, Robbinsville Township Police responded to the area after three juvenile victims ...

Series of Overnight Burglaries and Motor Vehicle Thefts have Robbinsville Police on High Alert Authorities Say

ROBBINSVILLE, NJ -- The Robbinsville Police Department has asked members of the public to come forward with any information in connection with a series of motor vehicle related incidences that are said to have taken place in the overnight hours Tuesday. While in one instance a vehicle was stolen, according to a statement, the unknown person(s) removed mostly cash and coins from ...

Hamilton Police Investigating Possible Carjacking

HAMILTON, NJ --  The Hamilton Township Police Department are investigating a possible overnight carjacking that left an elderly woman injured. At approximately 4:10am on Thursday Hamilton Police reponded to a reported of a carjacking on Fairlawn Avenue.  

Upon arrival, officers learned that an 80-year old female victim had fallen asleep in her vehicle ...

Garage Fire Fought Back by Robbinsville Firefighters

ROBBINSVILLE, NJ --   A passerby saw a fire already underway when they called in the emergency late Wednesday afternoon.   Flames engulfed a detached shed and spread to an adjacent garage at a residential property on Old York Road.  Robbinsville Squad 40 quickly responded to keep the fire from spreading further and knock it ...

Hamilton Traffic Stop Leads to Gun Arrest by State Police

HAMILTON, NJ --  A routine traffic violation stop last week in Hamilton Township resulted in the seizure of a handgun and ammunition by New Jersey State Police. On Thursday, State Troopers pulled over James Diggs 3rd, 20, of Trenton, at approximately 12:45 a.m. during a routine traffic stop on Chambers Street  

During the stop, Troopers reported that ...


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Council President, Mayoral Candidate Martin Statement on Criminal Charge Against Mayor Yaede

September 4, 2019

HAMILTON, NJ  – “Yesterday was another sad chapter for Hamilton's families -- one in a long book of sad chapters under Mayor Kelly Yaede's stewardship.  Mayor Yaede, the chief executive of Hamilton Township, was charged by the county prosecutor with actions that can only be described as unacceptable and shocking abuses of ...

Ability Tree New Jersey’s 5K Run & 1 Mile Walk a Success

September 17, 2019

ROBBINSVILLE, NJ- Ability Tree New Jersey (ATNJ) hosted its second annual Ability Tree NJ 5K Run & 1 Mile Walk on Saturday. The event, held at Robbinsville High School, brought over 200 athletes of all abilities together and raised over $20,000 for the organization's programming, organizers say.

ATNJ is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides Recreation, Education, ...

TAPinto Launches Milestones: Wedding Announcements, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, Graduations, Reunions and More

TAPinto.net has launched Milestones, a new section dedicated to publishing reader wedding announcements, bar/bat mitzvah announcements, graduations, reunions and more. 

Free for a limited time, readers can submit important milestones in their lives and those of their family, and have them published on TAPinto, enabling the community to hear about the happy news and join in the ...

Murphy Administration Announces $54 Million Investment in Child Care

Administration commitment to working families focuses on affordable, quality child care

(TRENTON) – First Lady Tammy Murphy and New Jersey Human Services Commissioner Carole Johnson today announced that families throughout the state who receive support from New Jersey’s child care subsidy program will see $54 million ($30 million federal; $24 million state) in increased funding as ...

Murphy Administration Boosts Payments for Families & Individuals in Need

WorkFirst NJ Cash Assistance Benefits Increasing 20 Percent


TRENTON, NJ  – Human Services Commissioner Carole Johnson today announced WorkFirst NJ cash assistance benefits are increasing by 20 percent for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families and General Assistance recipients. 

Today's announcement builds on the Murphy Administration's ongoing effort ...