Legal appeals exhausted, town looks to a deal to stop construction of 120 homes

After losing its legal battle, town looks to deal with developer to stop construction of 120 homes.

Township mulling new municipal office proposals

The township’s request for proposals for new municipal offices draws responses from two different developers.

Planners OK final two buildings in Matrix industrial center begun in ’92

Planning Board OK’s the last two buildings in the 950-plus acre Matrix industrial center that was begun 21-years ago.

No longer swimming under the radar

Robbinsville chef competes in NJ Seafood Challenge and shines a spotlight on an unsung fish and a local college culinary arts program.

Detours ahead due to Old Trenton Road bridge project

A $2.1 million project that includes replacing the 86-year-old concrete bridge on Old Trenton Road is set to begin July 15.

Robbinsville farmers market reopens for season

Robbinsville’s open air Farmers Market returns for a fourth season with fresh produce, tasty desserts and other treats.

Looking to ‘RFP’ process to figure out Plan B for township offices

Robbinsville officials have set a new July 1 deadline for developers to submit proposals for providing township office space in a new or renovated building.

Graduating seniors awarded more than $34K in scholarships

Robbinsville High School’s graduating seniors awarded more than $34,000 in college scholarships at Senior Awards Night.

Rain-delay doesn’t dampen Community Day

The one-day rain delay doesn’t dampen the fun on Robbinsville Township Community Day.

Fleet-footed raise funds for memorial scholarships

Hundreds of runners and walkers turned out for the 4th Annual Qasim and Ahad Muzaffar Memorial 5K Run, a community event and scholarship fundraiser.