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.

The Delaware and Raritan Canal has always been a popular subject to write about. Its history is richly saturated within the rip-rap stone crevasses of its towpath and waterway.

In 2021, it feels fitting to pay tribute to the culture of the 100-year-old decade, and I got to do just that through food, drink, and entertainment when I visited Farns & Rail, a secret upstairs compartment of Old Town Pub (formerly The Farnsworth House) on historic Farnsworth Avenue in…

As Jason Zablow rolled out the balls for the first day of Bordentown High boys’ soccer practice, the coach knew very little about who would play where and what kind of alignment the Scotties might play.

Born in Philadelphia in 1770, Joseph Hopkinson shared his childhood years between the city and Bordentown where his parents bought a home in 1773

Charles Lucien Bonaparte (1803-1857), prince of Musignano and Canino, was the son of Alexandrine de Bleschamp and Lucien Bonaparte, the third brother after Joseph and Napoleon.

Plans for the old Ocean Spray site in Bordentown City are now up in the air after the last owner sold the 60,000-square-foot bottling plant to a Brooklyn-based developer.