Saturday, September 21, 2019

Financial workshop set for March 17

Holy Cross Lutheran Church is set to host a free financial workshop March 17 focused on “Parents, Teens and Money Matters.”Help your teen understand the value of money. The free educational workshop i

Bordentown Green Team wins grant

On March 13, Sustainable Jersey representatives announced that Bordentown City has been awarded a Sustainable Jersey Capacity-Building Grant. The $2,000 grants are intended to assist community Green

New food pantry aids Burlington County residents

Over 250 families have donated to Word of Life Christian Center's new food pantry.

Trenton Thunder to reward fans’ good deeds

Trenton Thunder offers prizes to fans who do good deeds

BRMS wins $10,000, participates in largest computer education event in history

Bordentown Regional Middle School has been awarded $10,000 for their efforts in a global event to champion student awareness of computer science.

Cranberry fest attracts a crowd (PHOTOS)

Photos from this year's festivities on Farnsworth Avenue.

Board member Zablow receives her Certificated Board Member Award

Zablow earned the award after earning credits through the NJ School Board's Board Member Academy.

Salon shows pink pride at Riverfest

On Oct. 17, Laura's Salon raised funds for two families living with breast cancer

Cranberries and crafts coming to October festival

More than two decades ago, Bordentown held a small crafter’s festival where independent vendors sold their wicker baskets, jewelry and other hand-made products.The weekend festival, n

Ask The Doctor: Flu prevention in 3 steps

Dr. Donna Reger of Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton gives the tips you need to beat the flu this season.

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Opposition grows to affordable housing project in West Windsor

Residents showed up to a recent West Windsor Zoning Board meeting to oppose to a plan for a 400-plus unit affordable housing development.