Monday, September 28, 2020

Annual fishing derby to kick off July 4

Its future may have been doubtful in 2011, but now for the second year in a row, the annual Bordentown Township fishing derby is set to cast off and drop line on July 4 at the town’s Nor

Fishing Derby contestants awarded for largest catch

Bordentown Township and Mercer County Angler Association presented trophies for the five largest fish caught at Northern Community Park.

Trenton Thunder to host charity treasure hunt

Teams to participate in scavenger hunt to benefit Trenton Thunder Charities Community Grant program

8Us finish summer undefeated

The Bordentown Little League 8U baseball team enjoyed an undefeated summer.

Hamilton A’s win Elite Championship Tournament

Bordentown resident helps coach travel baseball team to victory

Dukes hurdles into leadership role for Scotties’ track

Senior Aishah Dukes a key part of BRHS track and field team

Fourth Annual Rev. Coleman Golf Classic

This Saturday the Shiloh Baptist Church will hold its annual golf tournament to honor Rev. Coleman.

Luyber finds stability in first year at QB for Scotties

After three years, Mitch Luyber finally reached the starting QB slot.

St. Paddy’s 5K set for 11th year

On Saturday, March 16, the Bordentown Education Foundation is set to hold the 11th Annual St. Patrick’s Day 5K.The race was first set up in 2002 by Tony Dilemme, a Board of Education member at the tim

Soccer star comes to Trenton

World Cup hero Carli Lloyd visited the area last month.

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Transformations planned for downtown Princeton

The public was given its first glimpse of plans for the historic 20 Nassau St. office building at the Aug. 12 meeting of Princeton’s Site Plan Review Advisory Board