Friday, September 20, 2019

Volunteers making Special Olympics USA Games possible

The 2014 Special Olympics USA Games are set to begin June 14 in New Jersey, and it wouldn’t be possible without the thousands—yes, thousands—of volunteers organizing, staffing and cheering

Swimmer or diver, Cardinals’ Ryan Morris commands in the pool

Lawrence High senior Ryan Morris has been one of the most versatile swimmers in the Colonial Valley Conference during his career.

Dog-friendly Trenton Thunder game set for Aug. 10

Trenton Thunder is opening Arm & Hammer Park to man’s best friend for the eighth annual Bark at the Park Aug. 10. Dog owners are invited to bring their well-behaved...

Veterans help bolster young Ewing Post 314 American Legion team

Both Justice Jones and Tristan Ryan provided a veteran presence on the youngest team that the Ewing Post 314 American Legion team has had in five seasons.

4 alumni to join Hall of Fame

Hillary (Allen) Tucker, Latoya Taylor, Jonathan Kohler and Rob Novak make up this year's class

Draper places 11th in 32nd Annual Ultraman World Championships

PEAC Health & Fitness Registered Dietitian and Personal Trainer Christopher Draper placed 11th in the 32nd Annual Ultraman World Championships, held over Thanksgiving weekend in Hawaii. The Ultraman covers a...

Talented sisters grow closer on and off the Nottingham track

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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.

March Madness: a Stony Brook hoops tradition for 15 years

Welcome to March Madness at Stony Brook Elementary, a tradition begun by principal Richard Fitzpatrick the year the school opened.

New Robbinsville baseball coach Mike Kinsella ‘exactly’ what Ravens need

New Robbinsville High School baseball coach Mike Kinsella has big plans — being one of the six state champions at the end of the year.

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Opposition grows to affordable housing project in West Windsor

Residents showed up to a recent West Windsor Zoning Board meeting to oppose to a plan for a 400-plus unit affordable housing development.