Monday, August 10, 2020

Open space, board of education focus of local ballot

Five candidates are running for three seats on the Robbinsville Board of Education. The winners receive a three-year term.

Robbinsville school district sets sights on building new athletic facility

Robbinsville school district officials are planning to create an athletic complex with more facilities and amenities.

More than 1,000 turn out to honor late superintendent Steve Mayer

In the weeks following Mayer’s death, individuals reached out to Fried and the school board with ideas on how to memorialize Mayer’s life and cement his legacy not only for his tenure with the school district, but as a beloved member of the Robbinsville community.

Judge orders construction to continue on Robbinsville land eyed for open space

A battle between Robbinsville Township and a developer over a 220-acre parcel on Robbinsville-Edinburg Road entered a holding pattern after Judge Paul Innes ruled against the township.

Robbinsville Little League takes trip of a lifetime, finishes third in world

Either being the third best softball team in the world or sightseeing in one of the country’s most beautiful areas would have been enough. Combined, they made for the trip of a lifetime for the Robbinsville Little League 12-year-old all-star softball team.

Sharon School student dances to national recognition

Robbinsville resident Jonathan Ronen is a shy 8-year-old in everyday life. But on stage, the Sharon School student is a 4-foot-4 force to be reckoned with, and he has plenty of awards to show for it.

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Missing West Windsor man found alive after massive search (updated)

A West Windsor man who had been missing since the evening of Wednesday, July 22 was found alive after a "massive" search of Community Park.