Sunday, May 19, 2019

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?

New manager hopes to grow Bordentown City Farmers Market in 2019

Set to return to the Carslake Community Center on Sunday morning, June 2.

Ask the Doctor: Learn signs of stroke prevention

How do I know if I'm having a stroke?

Bordentown softball star Bella Pisapia a double threat on the diamond

If it becomes a special season for the Bordentown High softball team, there’s a good chance April 7 can be considered the day the tone was set.

White City Mansion tours kick off history weekend

Tours of the White City Mansion and surrounding abandoned amusement park in Hamilton will run April 27 as part of the Abbott Marshlands History Weekend.

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.

Mercer County Police Academy graduates 20th class of officers

Fifty-nine cadets, including two pairs of siblings, who made up the 20th basic class of police officers took part in the Mercer County Police Academy commencement held Feb. 1.

Service at the heart of Telephone Pioneers’ mission

Group of former employees of the telephone industry, led by president Mary Ann Goodrich meets once a month for lunch, socialization and a meeting.

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 City Cats Flea market fundraiser returns

Bordentown City Cats’ long-running flea market fundraiser is back after a two-year hiatus with a new and expanded line-up.

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Ewing 18-year-old starts his own clothing line called BALK

At just 18 years old, Ewing resident and rap artist Shaheed Waddy started his own clothing line called BALK.