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Robbinsville Board of Education candidate forum set for Oct. 29

The League of Women Voters of East Windsor–Hightstown is sponsoring a candidate forum for the upcoming Robbinsville school board elections.

QuickChek delays Robbinsville opening to install Tesla stations

After being approached by Tesla, QuickChek has added eight electric Tesla charging stations to the plans for its Robbinsville Route 526 location.

After months of delays, Robbinsville PJ’s Pancake House nears completion

After months of delays, the Robbinsville location of PJ’s Pancake House nears completion. Owner John Procaccini said his eatery will open by late fall.

Foxmoor Shopping Center finalizes sale to Penmark Management Company

Foxmoor Shopping Center has seen plenty of activity in the last few weeks, with its sale to Penmark Management Company finally being made official.

New construction cashes in on Route 33’s reputation as Bankers’ Row

A new addition to Robbinsville will solidify a one-mile stretch of Route 33 as Bankers’ Row. Meanwhile, the township has also turned its eyes Town Center south.

Robbinsville Ravens rely on pack for cross-country success

Ask Robbinsville High cross-country coach Anthony Dentino if either the boys’ or girls’ team will be good this year, and he will say both. Ask him who will be the top runner for each program, and he will say everybody.

Quarterback Danny Surtz leads Ravens to 1st win since 2016

For 15 long games dating back to 2016 nothing went right for the Robbinsville High football team. Quarterback Danny Surtz helped turn that around this year.

Pumpkin carves out a spot on our plates each fall

For three months a year, pumpkins are everywhere. There are those who wonder, though, whether all this pumpkinmania isn’t some sort of con.

A decade later, approval process for BAPS mandir remains ode to cooperation

The approval process for the 162-acre BAPS Mandir complex in Robbinsville, which began a decade ago, stands as a model of effective negotiation.

Robbinsville Clean Team takes time out to keep town tidy

The Robbinsville Clean Team, an action-based monthly initiative to clean up the town, urges residents to get in on the fun.

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Snap Box self-storage facility opening at old Cost Cutters site in Hamilton

The Hamilton Township Zoning Board approved a plan to bring a Snap Box self-storage facility to former Cost Cutters site on Whitehorse-Mercerville Road.