Monday, September 16, 2019

Ask the Doctor: Protect against skin cancer

Does skin cancer affect only fair skinned people?

Robbinsville Advance Letters to the Editor: Don’t take the Pond Road Middle School PTA for...

This year, the Pond Road Middle School PTA has received about half of the donations and has almost half of the members that it had just four years ago, while serving roughly the same number of students. We are currently at a deficit of about $4,000 to meet the operating needs of this year’s budget.

Confidence key to big senior season for Robbinsville High thrower Tara Mastroianni

An offseason of hard work culminated on May 11, when Tara Mastroianni won a Mercer County Championship meet gold medal in the discus with a personal best throw of 107 feet, 8 inches.

Emelia Bercaw ‘good at everything’ for Notre Dame Irish softball

Emelia Bercaw changed her batting style and her field position this season, but continued to impress for the Notre Dame softball team.

Introducing Robbinsville High School’s 2019 Exceptional Seniors

The Robbinsville High School Class of 2019 is set to graduate 6 p.m. on Friday, June 21 at the school’s athletic field. Among those graduates are this year’s Exceptional Seniors, a group of 10 students chosen by the school administration.

Robbinsville Mayor’s Column: preparing for our biggest month of recreation

Our biggest month of recreation is on tap in the coming days, highlighted by the Robbinsville Township Community Day Festival June 8 at Community Park.

Robbinsville goalie Coyle quick with a presidential fact or a save

It doesn’t matter the time of day or the circumstance, Robbinsville High's Cameron Coyle is flawless when it comes to our nation’s leaders.

From the Robbinsville Schools: Perfecting that tough job called parenting

Parenting is one tough job. As many of us have learned, the old adage that there are no rulebooks or recipes for successfully raising kids is true.

Robbinsville School District says new drug testing policy meant to help students

The Robbinsville School District Board of Education has adopted a drug testing policy that would randomly test up to 10% of the districts’ athletes, club members and other qualified students at any given time.

MCCC Gallery hosting Mercer County Artists 2019 through July 8

The works of 36 Mercer County artists will be on display

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Kmart to close Hamilton location this year

Hamilton’s Kmart will be closing this fall, a victim of the chain’s troubled finances. The location at the intersection at Kuser Road and White Horse Avenue in Hamilton is one of four New Jersey stores in this round of shutterings.