Sunday, January 26, 2020

Bordentown girls’ basketball returns with seasoned squad

Can losing lead to winning if most of the girls who suffered those losses come back for another crack at it? Bordentown Regional High School girls’ basketball coach Bill Lloyd...
Shaun Johnson

Johnson overcomes injury to help lead Lawrence basketball

Johnson is feeling better than ever and ready to be a major force on the Cardinals this season

Robbinsville’s Jack Pallitto hopes to be a hockey lifer

Jack Pallitto pretty much has his future mapped out. “I want to play hockey forever,” Pallitto said. “I want to play in college and after that play in men’s leagues probably ‘til I’m 80; or as long as I can go."

Hamilton schools adapt to booming English Language Learner population

As overall school enrollment in Hamilton continues to decline, the ELL population in the township’s schools has increased 76.4% between June 2015 and October 2018.
Nick McPheeters

Nick McFeeters adds variety to Ewing Blue Devils swim squad

McFeeters is also a center fielder for the Ewing baseball team, and he does marching band, jazz band and pit orchestra

Drahuschak takes backyard pool skills to Notre Dame swim team

Despite not swimming the 200 and 500 meters until his sophomore year, Drahuschak had enough talent to finish in the Top 12 in both events at last year’s Mercer County Tournament Championships

Bordentown High makes minimal changes to semester schedule

BRHS currently operates on a 4x4 block schedule. Each semester, students typically take four classes

Kevin Boswell leads Hamilton West football in record-setting junior season

Kevin Boswell broke Hamilton West's single season rushing record, as the 8-2 Hornets regained their status as one of Mercer’s top programs.

Lala and Mimi’s Pajama Project donates 10,000th pair of PJs

Lauren and Mackenzie Multari's goal was to donate 10,000 pajamas before they graduated of high school. Now freshmen at the Peddie School, they met it three-and-a-half years early.
Notre Dame's Andrew Kite

Notre Dame’s Andrew Kite continues family legacy in the pool

After taking fifth place in the 200 and 500 at the Mercer County Championship swimming meet last year, Andrew Kite returns for his junior year at Notre Dame looking to be even better.

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Bordentown City police arrest suspect in Jan. 14 robbery

Bordentown City police arrested George T. Rodgers of Trenton following the Jan. 14 robbery of Investors Bank on Route 130.