Seemingly lost in all the misinformation, rumors and just plain untruths surrounding the possible future preservation of Serenity Farms (aka Gafgen Farm; aka Lavender Farm), Robbinsville Township officially renewed its lease of a portion of Block 5, Lot 1—also known as the Thompson Tract/Cub…

In honor of the Valentine’s Day holiday, David Burchell will present a brief history of the wide variety of century old postcards in his collection with a special focus on the topic of Valentine’s Day.


Bruce White, former long-time member of the Ewing Township Board of Education, and one of the longest-serving school board members in the state of New Jersey, has passed away.

While November and December are times of great thanks, appreciation and celebration, 2023 brings new hope and a growing wish to heal all that divides us.

Considering that she grew up wanting to be a mermaid and finds varsity swimming to be a fun aspect of her life, it would stand to reason that if Isabelle Stoldt joined any branch of the service, it would be the Navy.

I have been playing volleyball for the past five years. When the weather is suitable, I prefer practicing outside. During the summer, I was searching for a court to practice at, and I noticed that there were no usable volleyball courts in the West Windsor community.

Inspired by the late Joe Barker, Robbinsville Township police officers, members of PBA Local #344 and the Robbinsville Fire Department joined with neighboring departments such as Hopewell and West Windsor to raise a total of $8,000 during this year’s 6th Annual “No-Shave November” – an initi…


Napoleon's brother, Joseph Bonaparte, spent time in the township.