Thursday, September 24, 2020

Robbinsville’s Carly Landow commits to University of Kentucky

Carly Landow will cheer for the Wildcats.

Robbinsville Girl Scout troop builds, installs Little Free Library

Robbinsville Girl Scout Troop 71439 worked on the installation as part of their Bronze Award group project.

Robbinsville Public Schools outlines reopening plan (updated)

Superintendent Brian Betze released the first steps of the district's back-to-school plan in a letter to the community.

‘Sami’s Law’ rideshare bill passes House of Representatives

The bill will require rideshare companies to utilize a verifiable, electronic access system to match drivers and passengers before the ride begins.

Robbinsville Girl Scout Jenna Soliman earns Gold Award

Soliman led a Spanish high school equivalency exam prep program in Trenton througha the Latin American Legal Defense and Education Fund.

Rallies, petition address the state of race in Robbinsville

The petition challenges the school district to help students, faculty and staff lead actively antiracist lives using a set of actions.

Robbinsville’s Marie Thadal aims to educate kids, empower women

In 2017, Robbinsville resident and cosmetic scientist Marie Thadal visited her native country of Haiti.

Robbinsville Township to reward residents for shopping local

Residents can earn a $20 gift card when they spend $20 at five different Robbinsville businesses throughout the month.

USPS approves ‘Robbinsville 08691’ as primary ZIP code

The township has been pushing for a unique ZIP code since 2008 and last filed an official request in 2015.

Robbinsville to host Night of Unity June 7

The event will be hosted by the township and Robbinsville-based faith leaders.

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Kevin Johnson sues Bordentown Township, officials for racial discrimination

Johnson, a Black real estate developer behind Team85 Fitness and Wellness, filed a lawsuit against Bordentown Township and five current and former municipal officials Sept. 9.