Wednesday, June 19, 2019

LTEF celebrates 20 years

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Youthful Scotties building foundation for field hockey dynasty

Coming off of a 12-8 campaign last year, the Bordentown Regional High School Field Hockey team is poised to make a lot of noise in the BCSL Patriot Division with a plethora of retur

Scotties hope for football victory

The 2012 high school football season is upon us. With two-a-day practices and fundraising drives already finished, the opening kick-off is here.For Bordentown Regional High School,

Work hard, play hard

Third-grader Rees Pillik didn't get any presents when he turned 8 on June 7.He said it was his best birthday ever.The Bordentown City resident used his birthday celebration as a

BRHS students to peform in one-act play festival

By Hilarey WojtowiczA normal play often consists of multiple acts within a two hour time span. But for two hours on May 4, audience members can see a series of nine plays for the price of one as the B

Throwers push each other– and the record book

When referring to broken records, athletes usually are gunning for another person’s best mark. However, that’s not the case on the Bordentown Regional High girls’ spring track and f

Board of Ed elections moved to November

“We should engage the public, and tell them directly, ‘This is what we want to do’,” said Hartman, resolute that, “the public should have a say.”One other person who voted against the move was Kimberl

Scotties’ hopes for the season rest with former softball star

“Both players bring a strong presence to the plate and are showing a lot of promise in the field,” Hodge said. “We’re looking to get Nitschmann some appearances on the mound, and we have really been w

After 13 years on-deck, assistant steps up to the plate

Glenn and his staff hope to add to the tradition that is Bordentown baseball. Glenn and his staff hope to add to the tradition that is Bordentown baseball. Glenn and his staff hope to add to the tra

Teacher aims to promote joy of learning

By Allie Ward Children in Lawrence can now join the likes of George Clooney, Helen Hunt and Sean “P. Diddy” Combs. These celebrities are all graduates of The Montessori School, and...

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