Thursday, July 18, 2019

Holiday Train Show returns to Bordentown City Thanksgiving Weekend

The Old City Hall Restoration Project Committee will once again host the 9th Annual Holiday Train Show starting Thanksgiving weekend at The Old City Hall, 13 Crosswicks St., Bordentown.

Bordentown Regional High students to produce new Disney musical

This year, BRHS theater can add another honor to its list: being part of the Disney Theatrical Productions Pilot Program.

2018 election results: who won in your town?

The following is based on the unofficial election results from Burlington, Mercer and Middlesex counties.

Bordentown Technology Student Association takes second in first competition

The Bordentown Technology Student Association participated in the State Leadership Conference for the first time and received second place in the design competition.

Bordentown Regional High School top 10 seniors ready to soar

The 2017-18 school year is winding down, and this year’s Top 10 academic seniors at Bordentown Regional High School are looking ahead to their future plans as high school graduates and college students.

Bordentown community raising money for man battling brain, stomach and liver cancer

As a community, we have come together to show our unconditional support for Michael and his family and are holding a Beef and Beer event on Feb. 17, 2018 at the Bordentown Elks.

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.

Bordentown train show pulls into Old City Hall this weekend

The Old City Hall Restoration Project Committee train show will once again chug into Bordentown City, starting Nov. 24.

Bordentown residents decry racism at community forum

Despite repeated attempts by Bordentown officials to say they’ve moved forward from the allegations against Nucera—including hate crime assault and deprivation of civil rights—residents made their outrage known.

TLC Orthotics and Prosthetics offers support for amputees

Joseph Chorba, co-owner of TLC Orthotics and Prosthetics in Bordentown, started a support group for amputees.