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.
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?
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.
Under new ownership, the Bordentown Firehouse Gallery will preserve its artistic history as the community celebrates its 50th anniversary.
Cynthia L. Grayson, a science teacher at Bordentown Regional Middle School, died unexpectedly after a heart attack Dec. 5. Her family created the Cynthia L. Grayson Memorial School Science Fund in her honor.
Bordentown's Gabriel Planas-Borgstrom is currently undergoing treatment for Hodgkin’s lymphoma. His father, Francisco, was diagnosed with and recovered from the same illness 14 years ago.
Members of the Bordentown Regional High School International Thespian Society troupe collected 3,200 pounds of food during Trick or Treat So Kids Can Eat.
The Bordentown Township Police Department is participating in No Shave November — or "Growing for Gabe" — to raise funds for a local Bordentown teenager.
Families, business owners, and residents all came out to celebrate Bordentown Community day, held Sept. 15 at the township municipal complex.
Sienna Filippine created Pennies for Pets, a nonprofit that supports animals in shelters and raises funds for oxygen masks and microchips for animals.
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