Saturday, February 17, 2018

Midfielder sets tempo for Lawrence High School girls’ soccer

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As lacrosse talent blooms in Robbinsville, an experiment pays off

It started with just four lacrosse teams in 2001, which didn’t make the grown-ups feel all that great. But they stuck with it because the kids loved it.

Robbinsville’s Leszcynski goes from JV to All-American at MCCC

If there was ever an example of how deep the Robbinsville High girls’ cross country program has been over the years, it would be Jackie Leszcynski.

Hamilton Babe Ruth shows guts in state tourney

If there’s ever a baseball program that deserves to celebrate after not winning two state championships, it’s the Hamilton Babe Ruth League.

MCCC goalie Palms learns on the job

When the National Junior College Athletic Association Division I, Region XIX Tournament began on Oct. 26, Mercer had a 13-3 record and Palms had 10 shutouts.

16-year-old fencer wins women’s epee championship

Not yet old enough to drive a car and having only taken up fencing three years ago, Kristina Khaw topped the other 129 women in her division to take home the gold at the event.

Former assistant takes over as Ewing Post 314 coach

Paul Sparano, left, watches as Justin Dempsey fields a play at...

HoVal’s AJ Cassavell is making a name for himself covering Padres for

AJ Cassavell has followed his passion for baseball, and he is now in his second year as the beat writer for the San Diego Padres for

The Pennington School breaks ground on humanities building

The Pennington School held a groundbreaking ceremony for its new Kenneth Kai Tai Yen Humanities Building as part of the School’s annual Alumni Weekend celebration on May 17. Expected to...

Lawrence 8-year-old excels in Taekwondo competition

Most everyone has heard of the Karate Kid from Hollywood, but few people yet know about the emerging Taekwondo Dude from Lawrenceville, 8-year-old Tommy Olszak.

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State, local officials go to war with embattled Trenton Water Works

The water flowing out of the taps of Trenton Water Works’ customers is safe to drink. But, with repeated operational issues eroding trust in the quality of water, scores of local and state officials are working to ensure it stays that way.