The annual Bordentown Halloween Parade is a family affair. Katy McGowan has been running the parade for nine years, taking over after the sudden death at of her father, Steve McGowan, who had been parade chairperson from its beginning.
Cynthia L. Grayson, a science teacher at Bordentown Regional Middle School, died unexpectedly after a heart attack Dec. 5. Her family created the Cynthia L. Grayson Memorial School Science Fund in her honor.
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?
Bordentown city is offering a free shuttle service for visitors who wish to shop, eat or stroll through the downtown area.
Findings of the study show that colorectal cancer rates have been increasing for every generation since 1950, and experts are at a loss to explain why.
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.
More and more people are gravitating towards tattoos as society becomes more open-minded. Bordentown-based tattoo artist Chris Seldon has seen that firsthand.
From musical performances to historical reenactments, there are plenty of holiday events happening in our area to keep you entertained all month long.
The Bordentown Regional School Board unanimously voted in favor of the campus plan proposal starting in the 2018-19 school year during a Dec. 13, 2017 meeting.
In response to Melvin’s leukemia diagnosis, the Clara Barton community knew they had to do something show their support for a student who is “a fantastic role model for being kind, responsible, and inclusive." Thus, the #MelvinStong campaign was born.