Many towns within Mercer County area saw moderate levels of population growth over the last 10 years, according to information released last month by the U.S. Census Bureau.
It’s not often a soccer player has to live up to her footwear’s reputation. But when Sophie Berman wanted a pair of flaming pink cleats, she took on just such a challenge.
Beth Rinyu has always wanted to help others. A municipal clerk since 2002, she is now working at Robbinsville Township Senior Center, starting her position during a time of unprecedented challenges for those in the public sector and beyond.
Vaccines are still the only way out of this mess, and booster shots are here for the immunocompromised and soon to be available for anyone eight months removed from their second shot of Moderna or Pfizer.
Not since 1989, when Trenton’s Greg Grant made the Phoenix Suns roster as a 5-foot-6 Division III basketball player, has a local athlete electrified Mercer County at the professional level like Ross Colton.
The lawsuit claims 200 Indian nationals were trafficked to the United States under false pretenses and forced to live and work on temple grounds for $1.20 an hour.
It has been the honor and a privilege of my life to serve as your mayor, and I want nothing more than the opportunity to take on that challenge again if you, the residents, will have me.
Coach Conor Hayes credits Herbert, senior center Ryan Smith and last year’s seniors as major forces in helping the Ravens go from a four-win team two years ago to 20-7 last season.
We are finally seeing progress on the utility front, as our constant pressure on both Optimum/Altice USA and First Energy/JCP&L is showing some signs of progress.
It was a case of role reversal for Sabol, who went from receiving kick out passes from Maya Johnson as a freshman, to kicking it out last year.
For the second time in league history, a Robbinsville PAL Jr. Ravens football team went undefeated. It just so happens that the game that sealed the season was a title game.
The revamped space is set to feature a 19,200 sq. ft. community recreation facility, featuring a multipurpose floor for basketball, volleyball, pickleball and badminton courts.
Like every other team in the state—or in this case, the world—the Ravens faced unique challenges from the pandemic that made it difficult to maintain an even keel.
Desiree Daniels was already someone who loved decorating for the holidays—inviting strangers and Santa into her home seemed like a logical step.
In Sieja’s freshman year, coach Jenna Colicchia saw in her some of the outstanding qualities that one of the top players in Ravens’ history possessed.
The Princeton-based Boyd Company named the site one of the top mixed-use developments in the country for Expansion Solutions Magazine last month.