Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Curtis Lanes has given Ewing bowlers a haven for 52 years

Jill Losch has been a Curtis Lanes employee for 51 years. Chuck Dimisk is the current owner. Curtis Lanes has seen professional bowlers pass through town, a few renovations, staff...

Lowe’s improvement sparks Blue Devils

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Consistency the key as Bulldogs prep for state tournament

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Hopewell basketball player falls in with a new crew

Jen Didun has always wanted to be a rower. The Hopewell Valley Central High School senior is a multi-sport athlete, and she has been for almost all of her life....

PDS lacrosse player signs to Lehigh

Cody Triolo, surrounded by his parents and Princeton Day School staff, signs a letter of intent to play lacrosse at Lehigh University. Pictured are (front) Triolo's father, Christopher, Triolo,and...

Star vaulter continues to raise the bar

Robbinsville High senior Craig Hunter clears 16 feet in the pole...

Ravens QB has a résumé to envy

Robbinsville’s Mike Ciaramella, who will be honored by the Delaware Valley...

Pressure doesn’t faze West lineman

Gaibriel De Guzman has no problem dealing with work in the...

The College Crowd: Potts shines on Raptors’ first collegiate team

The Rutgers University-Camden baseball program features something new and something old as the Scarlet Raptors try to turn things around this season.The Raptors have a new-look coaching staff and prac

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