Local basketball fans have long known about Jordan Martin, who started for the Bordentown Regional High School boys’ basketball team for four straight years. During that time, Gavin Shiver continued to hone his game to where coach John Myers considered them equals in what they meant to the Scotties as seniors.
Bordentown Regional High School Mock Trial team worked their way to Burlington County and Central Jersey titles this season.
“I’m looking to play Division III, but it doesn’t matter as long as I can play,” she said. “I just want to play the game that I love. I just love the dedication it takes and the standards I have to live up to playing the game”
The Mercer Science and Engineering Club adapted to the times by having students submit projects online, with judging taking place over Zoom
Hopewell lacrosse player Chris Hollander battles on the field, but off of it, he must endure a medical condition that not many people have to deal with. It’s a rare affliction known as achalasia—an esophagus issue that affects the ability to swallow.
The family had been practicing self-quarantine since March 14.
Out of an “abundance of caution,” a number of popular events in Hamilton and Robbinsville townships, including their St. Patrick's Day parades, have been postponed until further notice.
Upcoming NHA parenting training sessions will start on April 15 and run through May 20 — parents in the district will receive a notice this month
Hopewell Valley’s Night Off, is scheduled for Thursday, March 5. The event was planned by the Hopewell Valley Municipal Alliance along with the school district, who have organized school officials, sports teams, parents and community and religious leaders to take a break from overscheduling the district’s students and allow for personal time
CBI is part of the district’s Life Skills Program, where students on the autism spectrum up to age 21 can learn skills they’ll need for jobs after high school