Authors! Authors!

The snakes dangling from basketball hoops and eels as long as cars slithering onstage were made out of cloth and papier-mache, but the books written by first-graders were the real deal.

Lauren Fischer leads RHS softball team to state championships

Lauren Fischer pitched a no-hitter and struck out 13 in the Ravens 1-0 win over Raritan in the Central Jersey Group II championship.

No. 9 hitter sparks rally in quarterfinal win; team ready for sectional finals May 31

Freshman Felicia Schumacher sparks rally that leads Ravens to victory in Central Jersey Group II quarterfinals. Ravens hosting Raritan in state sectional finals May 31.

Nearly a century old, but doughboy’s message of patriotism is timeless

In 1919, township resident and Civil War veteran John Yard donated the land for the World War I memorial, honoring 15 local men who served in the Great War.

Golf outing raises $10,500 for middle school’s pre-engineering program

More than 75 golfers tee off in Investors Bank Golf Classic that raises $10,500 for the pre-engineering program at Pond Road Middle School.

Tax breaks mulled to bring new warehouses to redevelopment zone

The Township Council is asked to approve tax break incentives to bring two new warehouse projects to the Southeast Redevelopment Area.

Row, row, row your boat

Four Robbinsville teenagers have qualified to compete in the USRowing Youth National Championships in Tennessee June 7-10.

Class of 2013 makes a grand entrance on Red Carpet before prom

Robbinsville High School rolls out the Red Carpet, literally, for its senior class as it departs for the prom.

Portions of Sharbell project on Gordon Road win final approval

Portions of Sharbell project on Gordon Road win final major subdivision approval, but the fate of the rest of the property may be up to the courts to decide.

RHS girls win first county track championship

Andin Fosam signed up to sprint for the girls track and field team, but it was her shot put that won the Ravens their first county championship.