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Robbinsville Zoning Board OKs project despite neighbor objections

March 1, 2021 -

The application permits development of a warehouse on Route 526.

Scarce inventory is driving up the price of Central Jersey homes

Prices are up and inventory is down—that’s the state of residential real estate in New Jersey’s capital region during the first months of 2021.

Inclusive playground coming to Tantum Park

Robbinsville officials announced last month that the park’s playground is getting an accessible makeover, the culmination of three years’ worth of research.

Road work and water upgrades to start on Oliver Street

The city’s asset management plan designated the street as one of the areas most in need of improvement three years ago, but talks about the site started to ramp up a few months ago.

Bordentown’s Kara Parker donates cookies to middle school staff

It wasn’t hard for Kara Parker to see that her teachers at Bordentown Regional Middle School needed a break. Or at least a treat.

Chris Gethard’s ode to New Jersey

“I really do just want to honor my home state, and I want to make something good,” Gethard said.

Christine Wendland makes Bordentown home at HoopHouse

Christine Wendland, the owner, baker and chef behind the HoopHouse stand at the weekly farmers market, opened her first brick-and-mortar restaurant in the city.

Artsbridge back on track with virtual exhibition

Held annually in late winter or early spring, the 2020 showcase was cut short due to the onset of COVID-19.

Brian Herbert elevates Robbinsville hoops

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.

Bend in the River: Charles Stewart and the changing tide

Following the Constitution’s last wartime assignment, Stewart and his wife settled on a 225-acre farm outside of Bordentown with finances that he accumulated as a merchant seaman.