Monday, August 19, 2019

Foxmoor Shopping Center’s next great hope: food trucks

Robbinsville council signed off in late July on a plan to use food trucks to attract visitors to Foxmoor Shopping Center.

International Overdose Awareness Day: shining light on an epidemic

Hopewell's Woolsey Park will be site of Mercer County Overdose Awareness Day on Aug. 27.

From the Robbinsville Schools: Cultivating independence in children

We recognize the importance of teaching the social and emotional skills necessary for students to become critical and compassionate citizens. To address this aspect of our curriculum, we have developed what we call Robbinsville Ready Skills.

Ewing motorcyclist killed in July 29 traffic collision

Police, county prosecutor are investigating the two-vehicle accident that resulted in one fatality

Tindall Road Brewing Company opens in Bordentown City

Replaces Common Sense Brewing, which closed in June

Arrest made in fatal Robbinsville auto accident

Prosecutors say driver at fault for crash that killed a Hamilton man and injured 7

From the Robbinsville Schools: Class of 2019, embrace your imperfections

Robbinsville High Class of 2019, regardless of the destination, each of you are about to embark on a journey that is uniquely personal and uniquely yours.

PJ’s Pancake House opens Robbinsville location

More than two years after announcing its expansion into Robbinsville, PJ’s Pancake House has opened the doors to its new location on Main Street, near Papa’s Tomato Pies. The restaurant’s first day was May 28.

Pair of Robbinsville residents promoted to top roles in prosecutor’s office

Robbinsville residents Stephanie Katz and Amy Devenny were promoted on May 1. Katz was named first assistant prosecutor, with Devenny assuming Katz’s prior position of deputy first assistant prosecutor.

Record-setting CJ Ondy puts his speed to good use for Robbinsville High track team

Robbinsville High School senior CJ Ondy’s ability in the sprints was obvious from the start.

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Grocer Lidl announces plans to open in Lawrence Shopping Center

Less than a year after Lawrence Shopping Center lost the tenant of its supermarket anchor, a new grocer has confirmed it will be filling the spot: Lidl.