Tuesday, January 19, 2021

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Bordentown Township planning board approves Curaleaf dispensary

One of the nation’s largest cannabis dispensaries is coming to Bordentown.

Jaden Blanding helps Bordentown football to a 5-3 finish

Blanding’s return was not the main reason Bordentown High’s football team enjoyed a renaissance this fall, but it sure didn’t hurt.

Bordentown City Cats to host “Dear Santa” fundraiser

With the cancellation its usual events, Bordentown City Cats decided to host a special virtual event for the holidays.

Volunteers help Homefront provide amid pandemic

Homefront has distributed more than double the number of groceries and other basic essentials in 2020 than in a normal year.

Kiovsky: The American Revolution, standing at the crossroads

In June of 1783, the Second Continental Congress moved from Philadelphia to Princeton under the protection of New Jersey officials.

Jay Beyers does ‘dirty work’ for Bordentown soccer

One of the nice things about Jay Beyers is that when it comes to scoring goals, he can be pretty or gritty.

Bordentown City Hall open to the public

The building was officially closed March 17 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Kiovsky: The American Revolution in the arena of war, Part II

It was only a matter of time before the French Fleet would liberate Philadelphia from English occupation.

Victoria Wheeler and Julie Wojcik the ‘future’ of Bordentown soccer

With just five seniors and a bevy of underclassmen, Bordentown was 3-2-1 entering an Oct. 22 game with New Egypt.

Bordentown Township buys Delaware River property

The property, sold for $4.6 million, was once part of the Bordentown Waterfront Development project.

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