The Robbinsville Public School District is developing a five-year strategic plan with direct guidance from the community.
The Hopewell Valley/Montgomery High School Varsity Ice Hockey Team played its 8th Annual Salute To Service Hockey Game on Jan. 21
The Lawrence High School Science Olympiad Tournament Team took 5th place overall in their division at the 2023 NJ Science Olympiad Regionals at Camden County College held on Jan. 10.
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…
One of the most improved boys' basketball teams in the Colonial Valley Conference has been sparked by one of the conference’s most improved players.
When Gavin Bossio was a young diver for PASDA’s now-defunct Ravine swim team, big brother Owen was a swimmer on the same squad. During one meet, Ravine was short a swimmer on one of their relay teams.
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.
A number of voters in Robbinsville Township, and maybe all of Mercer County, have been informed that their ballots were rejected in the November general election.
Two West Windsor residents have filed a lawsuit against the township in an effort to stop construction of a large warehouse and distribution complex on the former American Cyanamid site.
From guppies come sailfish. At least that’s what Lawrence High girls swim coach Hillary Hargraves-Dix is hoping. Oh, and for those who are not marine biologists, the sailfish is the world’s fastest.
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…
Self-taught artist Shiranie Perera has 15 of her acrylic paintings on display at Songbird Capital in downtown Princeton through the end of January.
My email box was completely filled with forwards of the New York Times Dec. 14 article entitled, “They Fought the Lawn. And the Lawn’s Done.”
The Friends of the Trenton Free Public Library has assembled a list of more than 20 regional writers for its Trenton Book Fair, set for Sunday, April 24.
Long ago, my wife and I resolved to write our resolutions for each New Year on a slip of paper and place them inside a Christmas ornament
As I look back on 2022, I can definitively say that land developers and business owners are actively looking to recover from lost time and money since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Township's acquisition of 72 acres in 2020 set into motion plans to preserve the property while providing access to the river
After launching a search for a successor to founding CEO Connie Mercer, HomeFront hired from within and promoted COO Sarah Steward.