Friday, September 25, 2020

Mayors express concern over proposed budget for Hopewell Valley Schools

Say they were given assurances that the referendum would provide a solid financial foundation for the future and help keep the school’s long-term operating budget in-check

BRHS to present Radium Girls

Theater students present the play about a group of women who changed U.S. labor laws forever.

New AD combines passions in dual role

Ernie Covington is also the assistant principal at MacFarland Intermediate School

BCC men’s soccer advances to national tournament

The Burlington County College Barons men’s soccer team has advanced to the National Junior College Athletic Association Division I National Tournament.The Barons (15-2-2) earned a place in the nationa

Four vying for 3 Bordentown Board of Education seats

By Ryan MurphyThe township is once again approaching this year’s election for Bordentown’s Board of Education, and there are four candidates competing for just three seats in the township.While Peggy

Grice Middle School named National School of Character

Grice Middle School has been certified as one of the 84 schools and seven districts in 15 states to qualify as 2020 National Schools of Character.

PDS wins 2015 Green Ribbon Award

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Odyssey of the Mind state final brings local flair to Ewing High School

Some of the most imaginative young minds in the state came to Ewing High School last month to test their creativity during the annual Odyssey of the Mind tournament.

Rider University honors Sharon Elementary School teacher

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Program review reveals need for more WW-P school arts funding

A need for increased funding for arts programs in the West Windsor-Plainsboro public schools was raised at a recent board of education meeting.

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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.