Each year from late March to Thanksgiving, Jersey farmers show just why we own the nickname: The Garden State
In 1881, a clergyman by the name of William Bowen acquired a 5-acre boarding school for boysand transformed it into the Bordentown Military Institute
Bordentown residents may not be aware of the fact that one of the hottest and most charismatic young drivers in the sport of harness racing is walking among them
Even before the pandemic, Peter Bisgaier and Jennifer Nasta Zefutie were looking for a new place to call home, and Bordentown turned out to offer the perfect opportunity
The Waughs were an extremely gifted family of artists that spanned three generations. You might say that if paint were in their blood, it would be viewed in many colors and shades of the rainbow
From carnivals, car shows and fireworks to historical demonstrations, there are plenty of ways to celebrate Independence Day festivities in the Mercer County Area.
The number of American Legion baseball teams is growing smaller, but there are still players who want to play, and Bordentown senior Rees Pillik is one of those players
The top graduating students in this year's Bordentown Regional High School senior class reveal their college choices, their favorite memories and more
Lisa Zola-De Libero continues to follow in her mother’s footsteps with the help of her staff to ensure their students’ smiles and laughter for years to come
Like Benjamin Franklin, Farmer Jim Kinsel is exploring how to improve crop fertilization. He wants to plant unusual fruits. He is constantly thinking and learning
Although its location on Main and Crosswicks Streets was always referred by residents as “Borden’s Corner,” Samuel Burr's easy manner and reputation would eventually justify its new name as “Burr’s Corner.”
Looking at Angelina Marino’s hitting statistics in her two-plus years of varsity softball, it would be hard to imagine the Bordentown High senior ever struggling
Under the tutelage of Rev. John Brakeley, the Bordentown Female College became one of the premier educational locations in the country in the 1850's, due to the simple fact that few female colleges existed during this period
When Leyonna Robinson and her grandmother, Tuesday, spend time together, they like to turn off the devices and the TV and play some games.
Thanks to Bordentown and Habitat for Humanity of Burlington and Mercer Counties, 10 new families will make the township their home home in 2022
As the losses accumulated for the Bordentown High field hockey team, it would have been easy for Lily Mount to lose her enthusiasm
As the high school girls soccer campaign rolled into the final week of the regular season, Bordentown was sitting at an impressive 10-3-1 record overall and 9-0 in the Burlington County Scholastic League’s Patriot Division.
Construction is set to begin on CVS and the township hopes new turning lanes will improve traffic flow at the corner of Farnsworth and 130, but DOT backlogs could impede progress
Thrifting can be an economical way for people to add to their wardrobe. But there are other reasons that people thrift besides saving money
Here's a guide to what lies ahead in this year’s Nov. 2 election, including information on early voting, registration, submission of ballots, and other essential information to stay on top of the voting process.
Through this year’s 2-1 start, Poinsett had 21 tackles, five for loss, and one sack. He is also the starting fullback and pretty much never comes off the field
Among the Bordentown residents who played a role in early American history, one who is frequently forgotten is America’s first sculptress, Patience Wright, who played a role in the history of art and the founding of the United States.