Monday, July 13, 2020

Robbinsville Township adopts 2020 municipal budget

It will be the eighth straight year of flat or reduced taxes in the township.

Robbinsville Superintendent Kathie Foster: an open letter of gratitude

Robbinsville is a place where neighbors support one another, celebrate one another’s successes and commit to the greater good.

Robbinsville High School announces 10 exceptional seniors

This year’s interview questions included the usual fare, like what college they plan to attend, RHS extracurriculars and favorite quotes.

Fried discusses flat taxes, coronavirus relief in township address

The address looked a little different this year, as Fried spoke virtually from the municipal building due to COVID-19 precautions. 

Hamilton, Robbinsville announce joint decision to raise sewer rates

Residential sewer rates in each municipality will increase effective in July and reflected on the Oct. 1 bill.

Robbinsville child the new face of Pull-Ups

Gabriel Nicholson appears on Pull-Ups packaging and promotional material all across the country

Mercer County restaurant guide: who’s open, who’s delivering, what’s new

The latest information we have gathered on area restaurants, including contact info, pick-up and delivery options, specials, and more

Robbinsville Township extends property tax grace period

The grace period for the payment of second-quarter property taxes has been extended to June 1.

Robbinsville’s historic Windsor School makes way for park, housing

The 111-year-old Windsor School was knocked down in late April, a decision reached after township officials had extensive discussions on what to do with the township-owned property.

Robbinsville Township honors late veteran

John Kapferer passed away last month and is the most decorated veteran in Robbinsville's history.

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