Sunday, August 18, 2019

Tindall Road Brewing Company opens in Bordentown City

Replaces Common Sense Brewing, which closed in June

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.

Fatal U.S. 130 crash in Robbinsville Township under investigation

A van involved in the accident left the scene; van, but not driver, has been located

Sports bar to replace USA Country Diner on Route 130 in Robbinsville

The USA Country Diner has sat vacant for 15 years along Route 130 in Robbinsville, but the lot won’t be abandoned for much longer. A new building housing a casual restaurant and sports bar will replace the diner.

Introducing Robbinsville High School’s 2019 Exceptional Seniors

The Robbinsville High School Class of 2019 is set to graduate 6 p.m. on Friday, June 21 at the school’s athletic field. Among those graduates are this year’s Exceptional Seniors, a group of 10 students chosen by the school administration.

Robbinsville School District says new drug testing policy meant to help students

The Robbinsville School District Board of Education has adopted a drug testing policy that would randomly test up to 10% of the districts’ athletes, club members and other qualified students at any given time.

Shuttered Miry Run golf course preserved, renamed Spring Garden Country Club

The 158-acre property, will be owned and managed by Robbinsville as a new park.

Movement springs from Samantha Josephson tragedy #whatsmyname

Family creates to host their efforts to educate people on rideshare safety tips and precautions

Robbinsville table tennis ace Vandita Chopra finds old form

Vandita Chopra’s table tennis medals and trophies are still at her parents’ house in her native India, but visitors to her home in Robbinsville understand quickly the significance of the sport.

Robbinsville Schools tax-relief budget nixed by state

The Robbinsville Township Board of Education thought it had put the process behind them when it approved a budget March 18 that included a reduction in taxes for residents. They were wrong.

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