Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Railroad Days brings cheer

The City of Bordentown came together after Hurricane Sandy, power outages and a snow storm to enjoy trains and celebrate the city’s railroad history Nov. 9-11.

Scout Troop 13 assists hurricane relief

Bordentown Boy Scout Troop 13 assisted in the Hurricane Sandy relief effort Nov. 11, 2012. The troop members assisted Senator Diane Allen by joining a group of 100 volunteers t

Scotties’ help out competition

After the Shore Regional High School field hockey team defeated Bordentown Regional 11-2 in last year’s state tournament quarterfinal game, Scotties head coach Julie Reisig knew

Business is sweet for candy maker

Susan Heil began making chocolate 30 years ago when she lived two streets away from her sister, Mariann Stephens, in Chambersburg.Heil asked her sister for help learning how to use h

XC squads excel on the course

Bordentown Regional High School cross country head coach Dave Misselhorn is in his 12th year with the program, and he knows a good leader when he sees one.Captains Devon Pepper a

What’s going on this weekend: Nov. 30-Dec. 2

Friday, Nov. 30…‘Twas the Night Before Christmas at Kelsey Theatre. Clement Moore’s poem is brought to life by the Kelsey players. $10. 7 p.m. 1200 Old Trenton Road, West Windsor. (609) 570-3333. Kels

Martial artist owns successful studio

Michele Thompson has been a fan of the martial arts since childhood.“Instead of watching cartoons, I’d watch those low rated, C-level [martial arts] movies with my dad and try and do all

Window decorating contest to kick off the holiday season

Each year, the first signs of the holiday season are often seen in the beautiful displays and decorations that traditionally appear in store windows.So imagine how beautiful the displ

Post-Hurricane Sandy Information

Confused about where to vote tomorrow? Click here for information.Still without power and in need of assistance from the American Red Cross? Click here to find local shelters.Wondering about power out

Happy Halloween!

Due to Hurricane Sandy, Governor Chris Christie has moved Halloween to today! So make sure you get out there with your kids or be ready to open your doors to trick-or-treaters. Have a fun and safe day

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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.

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