Sunday, June 25, 2017

PJ’s Pancake House coming to Robbinsville

The owners of PJ’s, a Princeton Nassau Street mainstay, will be opening a new restaurant in the new center currently under construction in front of Papa’s Tomato Pies on Main Street in Robbinsville.

Distracted driving becomes area of emphasis in Robbinsville

Robbinsville residents haven’t forgotten the tragic consequences of distracted driving. The loss of superintendent Steve Mayer was a painful reminder.

Prominent pair to lead Robbinsville St. Patrick’s Day Parade

This year’s Robbinsville Irish Heritage Association St. Patrick’s Day Parade honorees are both Midwest transplants, but they’ve made Robbinsville their home.

Q+A: Mayor Fried discusses open space, condemnation and Foxmoor

It’s already been a busy year in Robbinsville Township, and indications are that the pace won’t be slowing down any time soon.

Robbinsville man takes up cause after experience with brain injury

Eric Toppy is trying to bring the nation’s first holistic traumatic brain injury center to Robbinsville.

Robbinsville sisters support each other after losing parents, brother in 7-month span

Over the course of seven months, Robbinsville natives Katie, 28, and Victoria, 32, lost their brother, mother and father.

Community rallies as Debbie Dauer battles ALS

Throughout all of Deb’s health struggles, her friends have been amazed at the strength she’s displayed, how she’s been able to stare the disease in its face and confront its progression and her future.

Frontlines of Addiction: Groups support families of addicts through education

As the nationwide opioid crisis continues to grow, more local organizations are trying to help people better understand the disease of addiction.

Jewish Women’s Renaissance Project empowers local mothers

They were in Israel as part of the Jewish Women’s Renaissance Project, which aims to empower women to “change the world through Jewish values.” The 10-day trip is a key part of the organization’s mission.

Robbinsville teenager pleads guilty in fatal Steve Mayer car crash

The Robbinsville teenager charged with fatally hitting schools superintendent Steve Mayer in April pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident resulting in death and careless driving.

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Lawrence Girl Scouts teach the art of healthy food to earn Silver Award

Lawrence residents Kelli Collins, Kaitlyn Maloney and Nicole Seeburger created placemats that promote healthy eating to earn the Girl Scout Silver Award.