Normally, I would reserve the well-deserved praise for our Robbinsville Township Police Department in this space for August, when “National Night Out” corresponds with “Police Appreciation Week.”

Evan Bunnell was never really a down-in-the-dirt guy until he got to Robbinsville High School and was coerced into joining the Agriculture Club with some of his basketball teammates. Bunnell lives on the east side of Route 130, where open space and farmland is prevalent.

    Dr. Leonidas Harris Berry was a Black physician who pioneered gastroenterology, the branch of medicine concerned with the digestive system, whose tireless work has inspired generations of African American students.

    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…

    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.

    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…

    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.

    It was the summer of 2020 and Jennamarie Colicchia was jogging around the Robbinsville High School track. During her run, the Ravens field hockey coach couldn’t help notice a girl on the field all by herself, with a bag of balls and a stick firing shots on a net.

    The following are my thoughts and reflections. They are not to be considered official statements of the municipal government or the elected officials of Lawrence Township. If you have no interest in what I think, move along, and have a wonderful day!

    Here’s a comment from a Robbinsville High student in discussing her 7th-grade track & field season at Pond Road Middle School. “My friends did it and I just wanted to just try it. I was supposedly a distance runner but I didn’t like running, so I would try to be a sprinter and use practi…