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Community News Service wins six AFCP awards

Community News Service, publishers of the, won six awards in the 2018 Association of Free Community Papers’ Best of the Best competition.

PHOTOS: Bordentown community runs through rainbows at Family Color Run

Runners were covered in rainbows during the Bordentown Regional Middle School Family Color Run on May 12, 2018. The event was hosted by the PTO to raise money for the school.

MCCC softball team sweeps district tournament, heads to NJCAA World Series

The Mercer County Community College softball team combined dominant pitching with timely hits and solid defense in a weekend sweep of Mercyhurst to capture the National Junior College Athletic Association Division II District K championship.

Around Bordentown: color runs, performances set for Mother’s Day weekend

Participants can run or walk while being showered with colorful dust at Bordentown’s second annnual Family Fun Color Run, planned this year for May 12.

Bordentown’s Open Arts PAC receives grants to help special needs students

The Open Arts PAC recently received $2,500 grants to fund a program designed to help special needs students hone their talents in the performing arts.

Bordentown City commissioner named to advisory board

Joseph Myers, chief operating officer and vice president of operations for Cooper’s Ferry Partnership, has been named the newest member of The Salvation Army Advisory Board of Southwest New Jersey.

Renaissance Faire returns to Liberty Lake this month

Guests can enter a world full of pirates, knights, and fairies when the 2018 New Jersey Renaissance Faire opens its doors at Liberty Lake on Saturday, May 19.

Bordentown Regional High School students speak out against gun violence

April 20 marked National School Walkout Day, when teens across the country left their classrooms in protest of the gun violence epidemic sweeping across America. However, Bordentown Regional High School students wanted to take the movement one step further.

Scotties baseball wins 11 straight to start season

If anyone can analyze what has turned things around for the Bordentown High baseball team, it’s senior leftfielder Dillon Drew.

Bordentown middle school takes hands-on approach to learning about mummification

Bordentown Regional Middle School students got to be part of a multidimensional program combining ancient Egyptian culture, the process of making mummies, and a history of funeral practices up to the present.

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New Jersey Craft Beer and Food Truck Festival coming to Mercer County Park

The New Jersey Craft Beer and Food Truck Festival will debut at Mercer County Park on Saturday, June 2, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.