Sunday, September 20, 2020

Twin scouts earn Eagle rank

After 10 years of scouting, Robbinsville twins Dustin and Dylan Roberts work together to become Eagle Scouts. Nothing has shaped twin brothers Dustin and Dylan Roberts quite like joining Boy...

Movement springs from Samantha Josephson tragedy #whatsmyname

Family creates to host their efforts to educate people on rideshare safety tips and precautions

Self-taught Anthony Manna finds success on the golf course

Anthony Manna is giving a bad name to golf lessons. Not because they haven’t helped him, but because he has never had one and still dropped six strokes off his average while playing for Robbinsville High School.

Hamilton HS West to hold 50th reunion

The Hamilton High School West classes of ’65 and ’66 plan to hold their 50th Class Reunion on October 10, 2015. The reunion is set to take place at...

Looking to what’s next for Robbinsville after tragedy

The school board president said the township and district need to have a frank discussion about road safety.

Robbinsville Mayor’s Column: Remembering Superstorm Sandy

By Dave Fried Although Robbinsville Township was spared the widespread devastation that accompanied Superstorm Sandy when it came ashore Oct. 29, 2012, the most dynamic weather event ever to hit...

Stahlbrand’s star is reborn at MCCC

Fortunately for the Mercer County Community College softball team, Kaitlin Stahlbrand is not a good listener, at least when it comes down to what fate has to say.

Robbinsville High grad covers Westminster attacks, Venice jewelry heist

If you told me on that day if I would be feet away from not one, but two, terrorism incidents during my semester abroad, I would have said that you are completely insane.

Mercer County students display their artwork at The Gallery at Mercer

The Gallery at Mercer is closing out its 2016-17 season with artwork from Mercer County visual arts students.

Fried: Thank you, Robbinsville

With over $50,000 raised via our 2017 State of Robbinsville Address and Pay it Forward Event, we will be able to give Sharon School teacher Deb Dauer a home that is more accessible as she continues her battle with ALS.

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Kevin Johnson sues Bordentown Township, officials for racial discrimination

Johnson, a Black real estate developer behind Team85 Fitness and Wellness, filed a lawsuit against Bordentown Township and five current and former municipal officials Sept. 9.