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Modell’s to occupy Georgetown Road warehouse

A controversial Bordentown warehouse has its first tenant.

Bordentown Laundry Project helps locals at laundromats

Editor's note: in the article below we reported that the Bordentown Laundry Project gets together on the first Wednesday of each month. It is actually the third Wednesday of...

Rayna Smith’s ‘freakish’ strength leads Bordentown girls’ bowling

After going from a 112 average as a freshman to 113 last year, Rayna Smith had rocketed to 145 midway through this season.

Ozzie Urena delivers for Bordentown boys’ basketball

Ozzie Urena is that kid that no team can do without.

Bordentown City police arrest suspect in Jan. 14 robbery

Bordentown City police arrested George T. Rodgers of Trenton following the Jan. 14 robbery of Investors Bank on Route 130.

Modell’s to lease Matrix warehouse site in Bordentown

Modell's is set to lease the new Matrix Development Group warehouse at the intersection of Georgetown Road and Old York Road in Bordentown.

Bordentown High jazz ensemble earns prestigious trip to Europe

In June the Bordentown Regional High School jazz will take fly across the Atlantic to spend 7 days attending workshops and performing at the Assisi Performing Arts Summer Music Festival in Italy

Ask the Doc from RWJ: Hospital visits, explained

Some frequently asked questions about hospital visits

Bordentown girls’ basketball returns with seasoned squad

Can losing lead to winning if most of the girls who suffered those losses come back for another crack at it? Bordentown Regional High School girls’ basketball coach Bill Lloyd...

Drahuschak takes backyard pool skills to Notre Dame swim team

Despite not swimming the 200 and 500 meters until his sophomore year, Drahuschak had enough talent to finish in the Top 12 in both events at last year’s Mercer County Tournament Championships

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