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Incumbents keep seats on Robbinsville council, school board

All incumbents running for seats on the Robbinsville Township Council and Board of Education were re-elected Nov. 5.

Inside Robbinsville’s Amazon warehouse

When it opened in 2014 the Amazon warehouse on Canton Way in Robbinsville instantly became the town’s largest employer.

Residents’ group challenges county on Dam Site 21 plans

Residents bordering the site of a proposed park find themselves torn about the potential development of the county-owned Dam Site 21.

Sami’s Law makes headway

Sami’s Law would establish needed protections for ride-share customers across the country.

Ryan Monaco a force for Irish football

Ryan Monaco has been the Irish’s starting center the past two years and has anchored an offensive line that sparks Mercer County’s most explosive offense.

Robbinsville Mayor’s Column: Where your tax dollars go

Questions about where tax dollars actually go and how taxes are broken down on someone’s quarterly bill are fairly common.

‘Goal-hungry’ Julia Sabol leads Robbinsville girls’ soccer

Julia Sabol's hustle is unquestioned, her ability stands out and she appears to enjoy the game.

West Town Center Lake treated for algae build-up

Algal blooms saw an increase all over the state this summer—Robbinsville included.

From the Robbinsville Schools: What on Earth is next?

One of the questions we adults seem to enjoy posing to children is one that is familiar to all of us: what do you want to be when you grow up?

Hacked in 7 minutes: questions of vulnerability surround New Jersey’s aging voting machines

Many states have moved away from direct-recording electronic voting machines. New Jersey, however, remains one of a small minority of states still using DREs, a technology experts have proven vulnerable and unreliable.

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Inside Robbinsville’s Amazon warehouse

When it opened in 2014 the Amazon warehouse on Canton Way in Robbinsville instantly became the town’s largest employer.