Monday, March 30, 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 Girl Scouts work on Silver projects

Robbinsville Girl Scouts Delaney McEvoy, Swetha Ramachandran, Katelyn Haegley and Maitri Shah are currently completing their Silver Award projects.

The College Crowd: Nottingham grad starring at Arcadia

By Mary Ann Tarr Brandon Martin, a senior from Hamilton, has started the season strongly for the Arcadia University baseball team. Martin, who hit more than .470 for the Knights...

Trailblazers make way for hiking in Robbinsville

A new path will wind its way through Robbinsville township, once volunteers finish making itBy Jessica OatesMembers of the Sierra Club and other volunteers have dedicated their time during...

Robbinsville Mayor’s Column: Hard work positions town well for future

By Dave FriedWhen Standard and Poor’s raised its long term rating on Robbinsville Township’s General Obligation bonds from AA to AA+ last month, it was the strongest indicator yet...

Master Gardeners to hold program about ways to use fallen leaves

On October 8, the Rutgers Master Gardeners of Mercer County will host a program called Seven (at least) Good Things to do with Your Leaves from 7 to 8...

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Is September the most wonderful time of the year?

As we embrace the last few weeks of August, we begin to shift from our leisurely paced summer mode to the more regimented schedule of another school year.

Yogurtland proves worth the wait

After one visit to Yogurtland, customers are hooked, and no one knows it better than Hillsborough residents Michael and Alisha Haines, who, on June 8, opened the first Yogurtland...

Rider University presents Fall New Play Festival

Rider University will present its inaugural Fall New Play Festival on Nov. 7 in the Spitz Studio Theater.Curated by David Lee White, the festival will feature new works by...

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Mercer County area grocery store update: hours, delivery, seniors, more

A number of area grocery stores have altered their hours and services due to safety precautions necessitated by the spread of COVID-19