Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Foster: Aid increase eases burden

Robbinsville Public Schools can expect an increase in state aid in the amount of $631,042 for the 2017-18 school year.

Cancer diagnosis fuels Robbinsville woman’s run from Maine to NYC

Nicole Colonna is a 2013 Robbinsville High School graduate who was recently diagnosed with papillary thyroid cancer. Now, she's running to raise awareness and donations.

Price named for disputed Washington Woods/Edinburg Village property

Court-appointed commissioners determined the final price of the disputed land on Robbinsville-Edinburg Road at $8.7 million.

Letter: Thank you to my Robbinsville school family

Linda Biondi thanks the Robbinsville staff, children, and parents who have made her teaching career special. Biondi retired from teaching in June after two decades.

Robbinsville-based ONE Project packs 100K meals

ONE Project, a coalition organized to effectively address social needs through education and volunteerism, hosted the 2017 New Jersey Hunger Project.

Robbinsville’s Leszcynski goes from JV to All-American at MCCC

If there was ever an example of how deep the Robbinsville High girls’ cross country program has been over the years, it would be Jackie Leszcynski.

As lacrosse talent blooms in Robbinsville, an experiment pays off

It started with just four lacrosse teams in 2001, which didn’t make the grown-ups feel all that great. But they stuck with it because the kids loved it.

Reducing the risk of Lyme disease

I heard this spring and summer has been particularly bad for ticks. What should I know about Lyme disease?

At new facility, county K-9 officers can train close to home

The new Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office K-9 Training Facility in Ewing is making it easier for local officers to train their dogs.

‘Annie Get Your Gun’ up next at Kelsey Theatre

The Yardley Players are about to prove there’s no business like show business, as they present the 'Annie Get Your Gun' at Kelsey Theatre this summer.

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Inaugural Mayor’s Cup set to pit Lawrence High against Notre Dame

On Sept. 9 at 4 p.m., the Cardinals and Irish will meet at Rider University for the inaugural Mayor’s Cup, a celebration of soccer in Lawrence.