A look back at the people, places and events that marked the first 10 years of the Robbinsville Advance.
The Robbinsville school district and Robbinsville Township had been working on enhancing school safety even before the shooting in Parkland elevated the subject into the national consciousness.
A month after the tragedy at Stoneman Douglas High School, an estimated 500 students walked out of Robbinsville High School on a cold, windy day to stand together and demand political change.
Foxmoor Shopping Center took a tentative step toward escaping its near-decade-long limbo, after U.S. Bank National Association agreed to buy the plaza and assume $13.1 million of its debt.
Robbinsville Township lost more than its recreation director when Joe Barker died Feb. 11 after a lengthy battle with colon cancer.
Nicki Francisco envisions a career of caring for rhinos, and she capitalized on a few months at Fossil Rim Wildlife Center in Texas to advance further down that path.
The Robbinsville Badminton Club was started almost a decade ago by Shekhar Joglekar, and Joe Chung has helped since its inception to run it for the Robbinsville Recreation Department.
Using lessons learned at home, Robbinsville High senior Fiona Aromando is already atop the all-time RHS scoring leaders list.
Nestled at the municipal complex just yards away from the Little Red Schoolhouse—an icon of Robbinsville’s past—rests Leafy Green Machine officials say is a symbol of the township’s future.
Robbinsville High School and MCCC students broadcasted a Robbinsville-Lawrence football game, assembling everything from scratch.