Thursday, February 21, 2019

Nonprofit Gail Force Winds provides an outlet for those with disabilities

Bordentown-based Gail Force Winds offers vintage goods and items handmade by adults with different disabilities.

Junior Jordan Martin could be ‘one of the greats’ for BRHS hoops

Jordan Martin was ready for a breakout season with the Bordentown Regional High School boys’ basketball team. It just might have taken a little longer than he would have liked.

Bordentown Hand and Stone owner aims to provide ‘deep relaxation’

Marie Ruiz and her husband, Irian, knew they wanted to manage a spa, and when space opened up in her hometown, she knew they had to take it.

New Bordentown Historical Society program tells untold stories

The Bordentown Historical Society is kicking off an eight-part series of events, called Untold Stories, focused on School No. 2 and the Bordentown Manual Training and Industrial School, on Feb. 2.

Facts to help you fend off the flu

Following an aggressive and widespread flu season last year, Dr. Maryana Tselniker offers some insight on flu prevention and what to do if you think you caught the flu.

Bordentown theater students win at state festival

At the New Jersey State Thespian Festival last week, Bordentown Regional High School students walked away with awards.

PSE&G to inspect gas meters in Ewing, Princeton and Bordentown

PSE&G will be inspecting natural gas meters in Bordentown City, Bordentown Township, Ewing and Princeton to ensure the continued safety and reliability of gas services.

Stephen Benowitz voted Bordentown Township mayor for third consecutive year

Based on a unanimous vote from the Bordentown Township Committee, Stephen Benowitz was named mayor for the third consecutive year.

Harlem Wizards coming to Bordentown this Sunday

The Harlem Wizards are coming to Bordentown this Sunday to take on the Muschal Mayhem, a team of teachers and principals from Peter Muschal Elementary School and township police officers.

British farce ‘Noises Off’ coming to Kelsey Theatre Jan. 11 to 20

If British farce is your cup of tea, there is no livelier show than “Noises Off,” coming to Mercer County Community College’s Kelsey Theatre in January.

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New Trenton Water Works director: vacancies, bureaucracy hurting utility

When Trenton Mayor Reed Gusciora took office, he assumed with it the burden of fixing Trenton Water Works at the utility’s lowest point. To solve the problem, he turned to Shing-Fu Hsueh.