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Mark Neurohr-Pierpaoli founded his Bordentown Walking Tours company at the beginning of this year. The tour highlights Bordentown’s cultural history, dating back to pre-colonial times.
The Bordentown Historical Society will host its History in Bloom Annual Garden Tour June 23 from noon to 5 p.m.
The Bordentown Bobcats, Bordentown Regional Middle School softball team, won its first 12 games this season.
Michaela Luyber is in her third year as a starter for the Scotties, who carried a 12-9 record into their NJSIAA Central Jersey Group II tournament game with Spotswood.
Princeton University awarded Bordentown Regional High School seniors Ifeoma Eleazu and Chimkasimma “Kasi” Oguonu with a 2018 Princeton Prize in Race Relations.
The Bordentown City Green Fair will return to the historic Burlington County town for the 9th straight year with more than 60 engaging vendors and exhibits.
It’s impossible, in fact, to separate Bordentown storyteller Denise McCormack from stories. That’s not just because she tells them for a living, it’s because talking to her for more than a few minutes means hearing one story after another.
The 2017-18 school year is winding down, and this year’s Top 10 academic seniors at Bordentown Regional High School are looking ahead to their future plans as high school graduates and college students.
The Bordentown Township Committee unanimously adopted the 2018 municipal budget April 23.
Christine’s recent experiences at Capital Health Medical Center – Hopewell (including excellent care during an outpatient surgery several months prior to her heart attack) made the hospital’s Cardiac Rehabilitation Center the natural choice.
It may not look it, but the Candlelight Lounge, this dull-looking low building on Passaic Street in Trenton, is the real deal for jazz in New Jersey.