Friday, July 19, 2019

Bordentown students honored

Several Bordentown students-athletes were honored with Minority Business Development Institute scholarships in July.

Scotties field hockey try to rebuild (Photos)

The loss of several key players will leave the BRHS field hockey team striving to compete.

Brothers make music at Rutgers and beyond

Bordentown residents sing in Glee Club.

Scotties wrestling preps for 2012-13 season

Joe Sprague likes the diverse group of athletes on his Bordentown Regional High School wrestling team.He said he tries to keep his squad balanced between underclassmen and upperclassmen, newcomers and

Ask the Doctor: Family history may signal gestational diabetes risk

Concerned about your health? Experts from Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton are ready to answer readers’ questions. Send your questions to I am pregnant with my

Theater club to present one-act plays

BRHS annual play festival set for Friday, May 8

City police department introduces medicine drop box

The drop-off point is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year

Community Concert Association of Bordentown 38th season underway

The Community Concert Association of Bordentown’s 38th season kicked off in October, and it continues with an early November performance.

Bordentown’s Open Arts PAC receives grants to help special needs students

The Open Arts PAC recently received $2,500 grants to fund a program designed to help special needs students hone their talents in the performing arts.

Soccer stars honored at convention

Two Bordentown Regional High School soccer players, Alexis McTamney and Brandon Hudik, were honored at the NSCAA Convention, held Jan. 16-20, 2013, in Indianapolis as High School All-Americans. McTamn