Thursday, February 21, 2019

Robbinsville High band wins first state championship in its history

Robbinsville High School’s marching band, Raven Regiment, was used to being overshadowed by other clubs and sports, but that all changed in October.

Robbinsville athletic director job too good to pass up for Tom Brettell

If there are any doubters about Robbinsville High School hiring the right man to be its new athletic director, they only need to listen to some of the folks who will be working under Tom Brettell.

Robbinsville artist Alia Bensilman goes mind strolling in Trenton

The work of Tunisian-American artist Alia Bensliman integrates and contrasts the Eastern experiences of her native North Africa with the peculiarly American impressions of her married life in New Jersey.

New construction cashes in on Route 33’s reputation as Bankers’ Row

A new addition to Robbinsville will solidify a one-mile stretch of Route 33 as Bankers’ Row. Meanwhile, the township has also turned its eyes Town Center south.

Robbinsville Clean Team takes time out to keep town tidy

The Robbinsville Clean Team, an action-based monthly initiative to clean up the town, urges residents to get in on the fun.

Robbinsville’s resource officers are ready for the school year

Three school resource officers — Ed Vincent, Melyssa Alonso and Det. Kevin Colgan — will patrol the halls of Robbinsville schools this year.

New owner for Foxmoor Shopping Center gives Robbinsville Township optimism

Through an online auction on Aug. 1, Penmark Management Company Inc. purchased Robbinsville Shopping Center for $7.5 million.

$3.5M boost in state aid allows Robbinsville district to keep taxes flat

After years of being underfunded in state government aid, Robbinsville School District officials breathed a collective sigh of relief when they heard that they had received more than $3.5 million in additional aid.

Residents mark the 200th anniversary of Windsor village

At the crossroads of Church Street and North and South Main Street lies the small village of Windsor, celebrating the 200th anniversary of its founding this year.

The Rooted Affair aims for farm-to-table flair

Farm-to-table dining. Health and wellness. Community education. Three of the hottest lifestyle trends in America today. The Rooted Affair is getting in on all of it.

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New Trenton Water Works director: vacancies, bureaucracy hurting utility

When Trenton Mayor Reed Gusciora took office, he assumed with it the burden of fixing Trenton Water Works at the utility’s lowest point. To solve the problem, he turned to Shing-Fu Hsueh.