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Bordentown City launches free shuttle service

Bordentown city is offering a free shuttle service for visitors who wish to shop, eat or stroll through the downtown area.

Bordentown Township clerk placed on administrative leave

Bordentown Township clerk Colleen Eckert has been placed on paid administrative leave while the township investigates statements made by Eckert during the 2017 investigation into former police chief Frank Nucera.

Kilt Fest NJ coming to Bordentown this weekend

Kilt Fest, a Scottish-Irish-Gaelic event with a medieval twist, is coming to Liberty Lake Park in Bordentown Oct. 13 and 14 from 10 a.m. to dusk.

Annual Pizzeria Showdown returns to Hamilton Oct. 17

The Saint Raphael Holy Angels Parish Center is hosting the 5th annual Pizzeria Showdown contest on Wednesday, Oct. 17 from 5:30 to 8 p.m.

Court filings reveal new details in Nucera case

Former Bordentown Township Police Chief Frank Nucera made racist jokes with current and former township employees, according to new court documents.

Bordentown Veterans Memorial Committee Gala set for Nov. 17

The Bordentown City Veterans Memorial Committee will hold a Gala this November 17th at the Scottish Rite Hall, 103 Dunns Mill Road, Bordentown.

Bordentown resident keeping opponents out of Hun net

Bordentown resident Leah Sutphen is in her fourth season in goal for the Hun School and helped the Raiders to a co-championship last Fall.

Bordentown Halloween Parade to serve up spooky sights Oct. 28

The annual Bordentown Halloween Parade is a family affair. Katy McGowan has been running the parade for nine years, taking over after the sudden death at of her father, Steve McGowan, who had been parade chairperson from its beginning.

Bordentown’s Charles Latini is leading a new age of planning

The New Jersey Chapter of the American Planning Association is an 1,100 member organization of mostly licensed planners. At the helm of all of that is Bordentown resident Charles Latini.

Pumpkin carves out a spot on our plates each fall

For three months a year, pumpkins are everywhere. There are those who wonder, though, whether all this pumpkinmania isn’t some sort of con.

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Snap Box self-storage facility opening at old Cost Cutters site in Hamilton

The Hamilton Township Zoning Board approved a plan to bring a Snap Box self-storage facility to former Cost Cutters site on Whitehorse-Mercerville Road.