Thursday, February 20, 2020

Fried: Township stands on cutting edge of local governing

In Robbinsville, we have never been afraid of big, scary goals.

From the Robbinsville Schools: Educators learn to see possibilities

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is a magical and timeless tale about logic, word play and growing up. And in Alice’s words, “a moral if you can find it.”

From the Robbinsville schools: a picture book is worth a thousand words

Will it surprise you to learn that one of my favorite things to do at this time of year involves visiting the children’s section of my local bookstore?

Dave Fried: Paying it forward into the new decade

Since 2015, our “Pay it Forward” events have raised in excess of $300,000 for local individuals, families and organizations.

From the Robbinsville Schools: Beyond the black hole

As we navigate the days ahead, it is essential to bear in mind that all lives are comprised of both sorrow and joy.

Experience leads the way for Robbinsville High School girls’ basketball

At the beginning of last season, the Robbinsville High girls’ basketball program had to start from close to scratch.

Lifetree Community Church establishes sensory-friendly mass rooms

One way that people at Lifetree live out their beliefs is a partnership with Ability Tree, an entirely volunteer-run nonprofit, to add a sensory room at the rear of the church.

From the Robbinsville Schools: What on Earth is next?

One of the questions we adults seem to enjoy posing to children is one that is familiar to all of us: what do you want to be when you grow up?

Robbinsville Mayor’s Column: Giving thanks around the holidays

December is a time of great thanks, appreciation and celebration.

West Town Center Lake treated for algae build-up

Algal blooms saw an increase all over the state this summer—Robbinsville included.

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Township manager Kevin Nerwinski talks the state of Lawrence in 2020

Lawrence editor Bill Sanservino sat down with township municipal manager Kevin Nerwinski on Jan. 17 to talk about the state of the township as it enters a new decade