Girl Scouts honored for community service

Fifteen Girl Scouts from the Allentown Robbinsville Girl Scouts Service Unit recently received their Silver Awards, the highest achievement a Cadette Girl Scout (age 11 to 14) can attain.

Q&A 5K Memorial Race honors two township boys who died in 2010 tragedy

Registration under way now for Q&A 5K Memorial Race on June 8 honoring two Robbinsville boys who died in 2010.

Glue-gun gang mum on what’s in warehouse for Post-Prom 2013

Parents are building huge top-secret props inside a local warehouse that will be the backdrop for a spectacular alcohol-free post-prom party for the Class of 2013.

Handcrafted arts & crafts fair featuring 70 artisans returns to RHS

“Cutting-edge” handcrafted fair featuring 70 regional artisans opens April 20 at Robbinsville High School with free admission to shoppers.

Robbinsville shows its Irish pride on parade day

Town shows its Irish pride at the 4th annual Robbinsville Irish Heritage Association’s St. Patrick’s Day parade.

And they’re off! Easter egg hunt draws hundreds of Robbinsville kids

Thousands of Easter candy-filled eggs and 350 eager children added up to a sweet time on Sunday morning at the Robbinsville PBA Local 344’s annual Easter egg hunt.

Proud to be Irish!

Kids’ View guest columnist Kaeleigh Sturgeon, 13, of Robbinsville, explains why she’s proud to be Irish.

Irish eyes smiling for parade day in Robbinsville on Saturday, March 23

Irish eyes will be smiling again in Robbinsville on Saturday (March 23) when the 4th annual St. Patrick’s Day parade steps off from the Foxmoor Shopping Center.

Community, stars shine in benefit concert for local resident Melissa Ferrono

EDITORIAL: About 800 people attended a recent concert at Robbinsville High School that helped raise $13,500 to help township teenager Melissa Ferrono in an event where the community shined as brightly as the celebrities.

Governor tours R’ville group home; vows to proceed with closings of two state institutions

Gov. Chris Christie tours a group home for the developmentally disabled in Robbinsville and vows not to back down on planned closings of two state institutions.