Saturday, January 16, 2021

Freshman Adriana Salzano leads Princeton Day School in goals, assists

Adriana Salzano tallied nine goals and six assists as a freshman to help the Princeton Day School girls' soccer team to a 10-1 record.

Bordentown Military Institute alumni to gather this month

Despite shutting its doors 45 years ago, the Bordentown Military Institute is still remembered fondly and vividly by area residents.

Mercer County tennis legend Paul Napolitano dies at age 97

A member of the Mercer County Tennis Hall of Fame, Paul Napolitano taught at clubs in Hamilton, Trenton and Hopewell.

‘Always positive’ Shane Martin leads the way for Robbinsville football

In the midst of the two greatest seasons in Robbinsville High football history, there has been an unsung hero.

Ewing’s Babe Ruth national champs celebrate the 50th anniversary of their historic win

Fifty years ago this month, a group of teenage boys from Ewing Township accomplished a feat that has remained unmatched in township athletic history. Against all odds, the township’s team won the Babe Ruth League’s 1970 World Series.

Terrance Peterson rewrites record books for Hopewell Valley D

Senior linebacker rates among the best ever to play for the Bulldogs

Steinert High soccer’s Dylan Kotch continues frantic scoring pace

This season, with the entire CVC looking to defend him, Dylan Kotch had 12 goals and four assists through the Spartans 7-1-1 regular season.

Ewing girls’ soccer honors seniors

On Oct. 14, 2020 the Ewing High School girls' soccer team honored their seven seniors within the program: Selma Benkoukha, Abby Buker, Morgann Ellis, Kayla Ewell, Alexis Leggio, Nina Mapp, and Marian Ordonez

Nottingham linebacker Jed Henry ready for next level at Lafayette

Nottingham High senior Jed Henry has established himself as one of Mercer County’s top middle linebackers.

Off-season work pays off for Ewing High RB Gabe Abel

Gabe Abel has to be credited for his honesty. The Ewing High senior doesn’t try to paint a well-sculptured, physical picture of himself as a youngster

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Impractical Jokers’ James Murray talks about living in Princeton, his new novel “Don’t Move”

Murray's fourth book with Darren Wearmouth, "Don’t Move"—the tale of a West Virginia camping trip gone awry—will be released Tuesday, Oct. 20.