There are often humorous stories told about how a player becomes a goalie in any sport. For Robbinsville High lacrosse junior Alley Ortega, it was less humor and more a process of elimination.

From May 4 onwards, New Jersey businesses will be unable to distribute and sell single-use plastic bags as well as polystyrene foam products as part of what is being described as “the strongest” bag ban in the nation.

Director of Public Safety is one of the hats I wear for Robbinsville, but no one will ever confuse me with Miller Huggins—manager of the fabled 1927 New York Yankees featuring the likes of Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig and Tony Lazzeri.

    In order to fight suburban sprawl and to fend off competition from big box retail stores located on major regional highways, many towns—including Robbinsville—have embraced the concept of town centers. These mixed use, retail/office/residential developments have created many positive outcome…

    In the six seasons prior to Conor Hayes taking over the Robbinsville High boys basketball program, the Ravens’ record was 39-109. As of Jan. 24 of this year, in his sixth season since becoming head coach, Robbinsville was 63-49. And since 2019-20, counting an 11-2 start this season, Robbinsv…

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    New Jersey residents voted overwhelmingly to legalize marijuana more than a year ago, but they won’t be able to walk into a store and buy cannabis until later this year at the earliest.

    While November and December are times of great thanks, appreciation and celebration, 2022 brings new hope and at least the possibility of life returning to normal.

    Robbinsville resident Vaughan Burton and his band, Dream of Maya, will present the premiere of his rock opera, “Croquet,” at the West Windsor Arts Center on Saturday, November 6.

    It all started innocently enough. The Robbinsville High field hockey team was taking part in a “Play Day” at Hightstown, which is a series of preseason mini-scrimmages against various teams.

    Putting your name on a ballot is one of the most frightening things anyone can do... Having been in the arena for 26 years, I salute anyone who puts themselves out there and is willing to serve the public.

    In August, he became the second Colton to make news in the hockey world when Rob was named head coach of the Villanova University club hockey team.

    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.