Construction projects at two schools under way and on schedule for September

Sharon and Pond schools are a whirlwind of construction activity as Phase 1 of the $18.9 million expansion projects get under way.

Annual changing of the guard brings no change

Township Council votes at its annual reorganization meeting to keep its current leadership.

Fourth of July observances through the years

Looking back at how Robbinsville residents were observing the Fourth of July long ago.

Last Robbinsville police dog, K9 Valko, retires

Robbinsville’s last police dog, K9 Officer Valko, officially retires, marking the end of an 8-year career in law enforcement.

Police awards ceremony honors officers and citizen crime-fighters

Outstanding police officers and three township residents honored by Police Department.

Robbinsville college students in the news

Robbinsville students earn college degrees and other academic honors at campuses across the nation.

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.

Never missing or skipping a day, RHS graduate gets his due

Sean Tierney graduates Robbinsville High School with 2,340 days of perfect attendance.