Since July, the 10-year-old Stony Brook Elementary School student has won 7 of the 13 USTA tournaments she has entered
Robbinsville voters elected three newcomers to the township Board of Education on Nov. 8, rejecting re-election bids by Christopher Emigholz, Kerriann Fox and Lauren Paluzzi.
A seemingly very long time ago, in the days before called COVID-19, the members of our governing body and I had discussions about making a more substantial effort to improve communications with the community and better support our local businesses.
En route to making history, the Robbinsville High boys soccer team showed an incredible ability to dig deep and produce in the most pressurized of situations.
Princeton thespians celebrate 100 years of Théâtre Intime and 50 years of Princeton Summer Theater from the shared home of the Hamilton Murray Theater.
With a tribute to a late artist, open mic readings at Classic Books and a tattoo-inspired exhibition at Artworks Trenton, November's arts scene brings warmth to the beginnings of the colder season in Trenton.
Enough is finally enough with Trenton Water Works. The state Department of Environmental Protection is intervening in the daily operations of TWW, which has failed to address numerous problems in the provision of safe drinking water for many years.
Today, the Historical Society of West Windsor—a 100% volunteer nonprofit that preserves and promotes local history—explores the history of West Windsor’s first suburban development, which many residents call home: Berrien City.
Since 2019, students under the guidance of physical education teacher Mark Pienciak and guidance counselor Anthony Belfiore have seen the Hamilton High School West Garden Club bloom.
In 1972, someone asked Dave Searles if his Babe Ruth Hamilton Nationals 13-year-old district all-star team had a chance to do much in tournament play. They sure did
When it came to naming Notre Dame High’s new turf soccer field in honor of Mike Perone, there was no decision to be made. It was more automatic than a penalty kick with no goalie defending.
For those that don’t have the time for all of my words (people say I am a bit “wordy”), I am starting with my conclusion so you can move along with your day.
Editor’s note: The following is a letter send by Brian Betze, Robbinsville superintendent of schools, to educators in the school district. The school district requested that it be published in the Robbinsville Advance.
Several days after the state of New Jersey announced a takeover by the Department of Environmental Protection, the state had more bad news for Trenton Water Works.
The following letter is being published at the request of the Stony Brook Regional Sewerage Authority, which services West Windsor, as well as Pennington Borough, Princeton, Hopewell Borough, Hopewell Township and South Brunswick Township.
According to studies done by the Mercer County Park Commission, Hopewell Valley has by far the greatest concentration of preserved green spaces in Mercer County
Paul Ligeti, the vice president of the Historical Society of West Windsor, is the author of the current anniversary edition of 'West Windsor Then and Now: A New Perspective.'
There is nothing more basic and important than safe drinking water. That is why the State of New Jersey needs to take over Trenton Water Works to ensure that the ongoing problems there find a permanent solution.
Much of the Colonial Valley Conference soccer faithful may be unaware of it, but the Northstars had a big-time scorer on their team