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Robbinsville’s ‘Crazy Santa Lady’ keeps the holiday spirit all season long

Desiree Daniels was already someone who loved decorating for the holidays—inviting strangers and Santa into her home seemed like a logical step.

‘Always positive’ Shane Martin leads the way for Robbinsville football

In the midst of the two greatest seasons in Robbinsville High football history, there has been an unsung hero.

L.A’s Frontera to distribute free Thanksgiving meals

On Thanksgiving day, the store will provide free platters to those in need starting at 1 p.m.

Volunteers help Homefront provide amid pandemic

Homefront has distributed more than double the number of groceries and other basic essentials in 2020 than in a normal year.

Fried: Have a safe holiday season

Despite this period of hardship, uncertainty and national division, the holiday season remains a time of great appreciation and celebration for all we have.

Robbinsville schools move to virtual schedule

As of Nov. 18, the daily average of new cases in Mercer County sat at 42.2 per day—within the top third of the state. 

Preliminary election results in for Mercer County, local races

Mercer County is tabulating 2020 general election results as of Nov. 3.

Community comes together after woman’s cancer diagnosis

Kelly Moyer, 27, was diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer earlier this year.

Robbinsville field hockey’s Danielle Sieja makes her own mark

In Sieja’s freshman year, coach Jenna Colicchia saw in her some of the outstanding qualities that one of the top players in Ravens’ history possessed.

Firm says Town Center could benefit from shift away from cities

The Princeton-based Boyd Company named the site one of the top mixed-use developments in the country for Expansion Solutions Magazine last month.

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Hamilton replaces Winter Wonderland with Holiday in the Park for 2020

Winter Wonderland will return in the upcoming years when it is safe for it to be held, Hamilton Township officials said.