Saturday, July 20, 2019

Relaxed Kyle Rosica finds his swing for Notre Dame baseball

The Robbinsville resident is a member of the National Honor Society who is planning on a career in engineering. And yet, thinking in the batter's box sort of backfired.

‘Inseparable’ Chelsea Manto and Shea Walsh lead Robbinsville High softball to sustained success

They are not only teammates, but best buds ever since sitting in Miss McGrath’s third-grade class at Sharon School.

Captain Hannah Shea helps young Robbinsville Ravens lacrosse team find its way

Coach Jennamarie Colicchia has a theory about why junior captain Hannah Shea is a "quiet” leader on the field.

Robbinsville table tennis ace Vandita Chopra finds old form

Vandita Chopra’s table tennis medals and trophies are still at her parents’ house in her native India, but visitors to her home in Robbinsville understand quickly the significance of the sport.

Robbinsville Advance Letters to the Editor: PTA discount unfair

My son received a flier at school for a 6th grade Social. After further reading it I saw that the price per child was $2 more for non PTA students. That is 40 percent more.

Robbinsville Schools tax-relief budget nixed by state

The Robbinsville Township Board of Education thought it had put the process behind them when it approved a budget March 18 that included a reduction in taxes for residents. They were wrong.

Community News Service takes home awards from Society of Professional Journalists, AFCP

Parent company of communitynews.org recognized for both journalism and design work done in 2018

April 24 panel to discuss dangers of ‘the overparenting trap’

Overparenting and the college ‘arms race’ will be the be focus of the April 24 event about student mental health and wellness.

Community News editor Rob Anthes awarded Metcalf Institute science fellowship

Ten journalists have been selected to attend Metcalf Institute’s 2019 Annual Science Immersion Workshop for Journalists.

Forgotten History Podcast, Episode 3: The Flight of the Aereon

We explore the history of the Aereon, subject of John McPhee's book, "The Deltoid Pumpkin Seed."