School taxes going up average $267

Adopted school budget carries $267 average tax increase.

Raven Players ready to pour themselves a cup of ambition in musical comedy “9 to 5″

Raven Players pour themselves a cup of ambition in the musical comedy “9 to 5″ on April 12-14 at the Robbinsville High School.

Ravens baseball wins season opener with five-run rally in seventh inning

Robbinsville’s varsity baseball team wins its season opener against Hightstown 9-8 after a dramatic come-from-behind seventh inning in which five runs crossed the plate.

Former NFL star brings a “no fussin’ and cussin”’ coaching style to RHS

Former NFL star Irving Fryar starts his job as head football coach at Robbinsville High School and talks about his “no fussin’ and cussin’” coaching philosophy.

RHS robot wins big at TCNJ competition

Robbinsville High School’s robotics team is on a role, clinching second place at the TCNJ district-level competition and winning the prestigious Chairman’s Award.

Former Raven ice hockey player living the dream, setting goals

Robbinsville High School graduate Anthony Rosetta is fresh off winning a championship in the Atlantic Junior Hockey League as a member of the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights.

PRMS improv champs advance to Destination Imagination Global Finals

A zany five-minute improv skit parodying child beauty pageants, complete with little divas, pushy mothers, and a commercial for Honey Boo-Boo’s “go-go juice,” launched six Pond Road Middle School girls …

Tickets on sale for Trivia Night fundraiser at Robbinsville High School

Attention all trivia whizzes, Snapple cap readers and devotees of the “little known facts” spouted by TV mailman Cliff Clavin. Tickets are on sale now for Trivia Night at RHS on April 20.

Teachers are Badlands bound for a good cause

Two Robbinsville High School teachers are headed west to impoverished Indian Reservation in South Dakota to help rehab housing for the Oglala Lakota Sioux.

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.