Thursday, February 20, 2020

From the Robbinsville Schools: Focus on making students ready for life, not state testing

For many schools in New Jersey, the emphasis on aligning curriculum with the Common Core State Standards appears to be linked with the state’s focus on high stakes testing...

Welcome to Robbinsville: Home of the little league champs

That Robbinsville Little League once again has fielded championship-caliber All-Star teams this summer isn’t surprising. After all, at least one team from RLL has won a District 12 title since...

Robbinsville Hamilton Rotary accepting applications for scholarships

The Robbinsville Hamilton Rotary Club is accepting applications for its annual scholarship.Through its foundation, the club awards college scholarships ranging from $250 to $1,000.Scholarships are available for high school...

Locals cast in upcoming MCCC performance of “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof”

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Radiology Affiliates Imaging eases patients’ anxieties about MRIs

The MRI setup at Radiology Affiliates Imaging forgoes the claustrophobia and...

Robbinsville Ravens continue softball dominance in 2018

During a spectacular 2018 campaign, the Robbinsville High School softball team went 26-2 and won their third straight Mercer County Tournament.

Silly Season

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Jeweler brings treasures to Route 130

By Sarah Unger It’s been just a few months since Danielle Bottoni moved her 6-year-old jewelry business from Hamilton to Robbinsville. Ready to explore the area’s dynamic market growth, Bottoni said,...

Garrett Horowitz overcomes obstacles to become record-setting hurdler

Robbinsville High School's Garrett Horowitz finished the spring as the 9th best hurdler in the state.

Nemesis makes history at Seneca event

Robbinsville High School FIRST Robotics Team 2590 Nemesis emerged as victors at the Seneca District Event March 20, and, for the first time in Nemesis’ eight-year history, received the Engineering Inspiration Award.

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