Sunday, January 26, 2020

Will Yuchmow chooses Lawrence High over club swimming

Voted team captain alongside Kacper Szulc
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
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

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

PHOTOS: Robbinsville High students celebrate senior prom

Robbinsville High School students walked the red carpet before prom May 19, 2018. From the gorgeous gowns to some fast food surprises, photographer Suzette J. Lucas was on hand to capture all the action.

By design: together Trenton students and Princeton professors are changing architecture

The class, which was new in September, offers a design studio atmosphere to some 15 sophomores each semester in the temporary high school community on East Hanover Street

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...

Robbinsville robotics team offers public transit solution

An alternate solution to public transportation in Robbinsville created by nine and 10-year-olds? That’s the magic of the FIRST LEGO League competitions, and Dipali Gavande and her team of Robbinsville students are an example of that

Ben Franklin art teacher creates collaborative projects at school she attended

Students at Ben Franklin Elementary School spent the first few months of the year coming together through their artwork.

Six candidates run for 3 seats on Hamilton Township Board of Education

Six candidates are running for three seats on the Hamilton Township Board of Education. The winners each will serve a three-year term on the board.

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