Casino Night proves a winner for Robbinsville public schools

The Robbinsville Education Foundation’s Casino Night was attended by more than 150 people and raised more than $6,000 for public school programs.

RHS alum pitching strong for Seton Hall University

Pitcher Sam Burum, of Robbinsville, is off to a strong start for the Seton Hall Pirates.

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.

Young lacrosse team, new coach ready to step up their game in 2013 season

New RHS boys varsity lacrosse coach Don Green is anxious to get into the pre-season scrimmages to see how his young group stacks up with some other area teams.

RHS robot wins Horsham contest; gears up for next competition at TCNJ

With a first-place win under their belt in their first district competition, the RHS robotics team is gearing up for a second battle of the robots at the College of New Jersey.

Dream season ends with tough OT loss to two-time state champions

RHS ice hockey finished the year 20-6-1, reached the Mercer County Tournament final, and won their first- and second-round state tournament games for the first time in program history.

Developer wins court case, but offers to sell town the land for open space

Appeals court upholds Sharbell’s right to convert 150 unbuilt housing units for senior citizens into 120 single-family homes, a plan the town fought because of the impact on schools.

BINGO!

More than 350 people turn out for Designer Handbag Bingo at Robbinsville High School, an event that raised more than $10,000 for the Class of 2014′s Post Prom celebration.

Tweaks leave school budget tax impact virtually unchanged

State aid figures and low interest rates on a bond sale have little impact on the Robbinsville school budget’s bottom line.

School board reaches contract agreement with principals, administrators

The Board of Education has approved a memorandum of agreement principals and administrators that provides a 7 percent salary increase by the time the new contract expires June 30, 2015.