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Recognized for their efforts to 'go green'
Melissa Maszczak was named the senior fellow and director of Thomas Edison State University's new Center for Leadership and Governance.
Five years ago, Bordentown resident Sharon Williams was chatting with her friends when they made a bold plan. They had begun running half-marathons together a while back, but wanted to take it to the next level.
It was a five-year run like no other team ever made in the history of Bordentown Little League, and it certainly could not hurt the league’s profile when it comes to bumping up enrollment.
Replaces Common Sense Brewing, which closed in June
Doug Kiovsky and the Bordentown Historical Society started a GoFundMe to raise money to restore a painting of Francis Hopkinson.
From concerts and fireworks to historical demonstrations, there are plenty of ways to celebrate the July 4 festivities in the Mercer County Area.
Nick Cutrupi raised over $2,300 to build a batting cage for the Bordentown Little League as a part of his Eagle Scout service project.
Bordentown had already established itself as a crew that could win a lot of regular-season games, but still had to get over the hump.
When Bailey Pierson and Aja Reeves came out for track as freshmen, they didn’t know much about throwing the javelin or each other. Flash forward to this year, and the juniors are not only state qualifiers, but BFFs.