Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Bordentown-Florence wrestling co-op leads to success

Sometimes the fiercest rivals end up making the best partners. The Bordentown and Florence high school wrestling teams joined forces three years ago and the results continue to be impressive.

Bordentown jazz band takes second at Berklee High School Jazz Festival

Members of the Bordentown Regional High School jazz band earned numerous group and individual honors at the Berklee High School Jazz Festival in Boston.

Kyle Marchetti a leader for Bordentown Scotties baseball

If any one player mirrors the improvement of the Bordentown High School baseball team over the past three years, it’s pitcher Kyle Marchetti.

Bordentown City issues lead in water update

Bordentown Water System found elevated levels of lead in drinking water in some homes/buildings.

Burlington County Library System receives grant for literacy initiatives

Burlington County Library System Director Ranjna Das recently announced that BCLS received $9,497 in grant funding, which will support new literacy initiatives.

Learn how to handle allergies

RWJUH Hamilton Dr. Sofia Mavasheva offers some insight on how average allergy sufferers and can deal with this year’s powerful pollen season.

‘Sunset Boulevard’ is ready for a close-up at MCCC’s Kelsey Theatre

In a homage to early Hollywood and the era of silent films, Playful Theatre Productions presents “Sunset Boulevard” at Kelsey Theatre.

Greater Trenton Pipes and Drums: More than the sound of the season

Members of the Greater Trenton Pipes and Drums are shaking the dust off their kilts and preparing for the busy Saint Patrick’s Day season.

Source of lead in water baffles Bordentown officials

For the third consecutive testing period, samples from the Bordentown Water Department contained twice the levels of lead allowed by the federal government. Baffled local officials continue to search for answers to the most basic question: Why?

Bordentown boys’ bowling ends season with state sectional berth

On one hand, coach Ron Jones thought the Bordentown High boys’ bowling season could have been better. But then, he admits that perhaps more of his expectations stemmed from hope.

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Yaede touches on entertainment district, township controversies in State of Hamilton address

Four years ago, Hamilton Mayor Kelly Yaede “had a vision” for the township’s future. Now it could become a reality, Yaede said in her final State of Hamilton address before she faces re-election.