Thursday, July 16, 2020

BRHS grads keep kicking

Bordentown Regional High School alumnae were part of a successful group of women’s soccer players at Mercer County Community College.Alyssa Donahue and Lauren Donoher were members of

BCC to promote dental hygiene

To help kick off National Children’s Dental Health Month, Burlington County College’s dental hygiene students and instructors, as well as volunteer local health care professionals, will provide free p

Keeping a hero’s memory alive

Amy and Pat Moore continue fundraising to give back the way their son did.

Benowitz, Moynihan win committee seats

Bordentown Township residents voted to change the makeup of township committee at the polls Nov. 6.Of the four candidates vying for two committee seats, incumbent John Moynihan, a Repub

Students win big at Scholastic Olympics

St. Raphael School 8th grade students participated in the Scholastic Olympics, held this year at Trenton Catholic Academy. The students took third place overall. Four students received individual awar

Consolidated Fire wins grant

Consolidated Fire Association won $500 from the Bordentown Rotary. The grant will be used to purchase a positive pressure fan, which will be placed on the ladder truck to ventilate houses after a fire

Students serve up Thanksgiving donations

Each year, Bordentown Regional High School and the Bordentown Regional School District provide a basket of Thanksgiving supplies to families in need. This year, don

Pop up shop to ShowCase the holidays

For two years the space sat vacant.Most walked past it without a second glance, not even noting its existence. While others ignored the empty storefront, which used to house the Under

Superstorm Sandy puts out power

Strong winds swept through Bordentown Township, Bordentown City and Fieldsboro Oct. 29 from Superstorm Sandy, resulting in power outages, downed trees and property damage.While flooding

Funeral home business a lifestyle, not a job for Huber-Moore

When John Moore was eight years old, he started his own pet funeral service.“He would go around with his little red wagon burying animals in the neighborhood,” said his wife, Dawn Moore.

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NJ Motor Vehicle Commission to offer services to walk-in customers, July 7

The MVC designated its state agencies as either a vehicle or licensing center to limit specific operations to each location and follow safety guidelines.

A Jersey diner moves on