Bordentown News

Longtime holiday marketplace event returns to Bordentown next week

One of Bordentown’s staple events for the past 74 years during the holiday season is set to return next week. Celebrating approximately three quarters of...

Florence officials adopt ordinance to rescind redevelopment agreement with manufacturer

The Florence Township Council adopted an ordinance that annulled a redevelopment agreement with a manufacturing company. The decision to approve the ordinance, which rescinded a...

Bordentown City planners approve Cranberry Park Development

The Bordentown City Planning and Zoning Boards recently approved an application for the proposed construction of the Cranberry Park, LLC, commercial/residential development. After the Bordentown...

Bordentown municipal and state officials come together to honor veterans

Veterans, municipal and state officials, and patrons gathered at the Bordentown Township Senior Center for a special ceremony to honor military veterans this year. On...

Florence officials honor Veterans Day with a pair of observances

Florence Township officials and patrons acknowledged their local war heroes with two honorary ceremonies this year on Veterans Day. A pair of ceremonies were hosted...

Bordentown Township Committee honors local baseball team

A group of young athletes were recently honored by the Bordentown Township Committee for their achievements this year. At an Oct. 28 committee meeting, Mayor...

Rowan College at Burlington County college to screen award-winning film

When considering the circumstances of war, it can often be viewed through the lens of the people involved: servicemen and women, global leaders, innocent...

Bordentown police departments come together to help a local youth

The Bordentown Township and Bordentown City police departments are teaming up this month to help out a local youth. In an effort to raise funds...

Florence High boys’ soccer reflects on successful season

A bid to gain a spot in the state sectional championship game was thwarted but that setback did not ruin what was a fine...

Bordentown Township deputy mayor reappointed to honorary program at Burlington County military base

In an effort to serve Bordentown Township municipality, Deputy Mayor Eugene M. Fuzy was honored this year as he was inducted for another term...

Public hearing for warehouse set to come before Florence planners on Nov. 26

A public hearing for the proposed construction of a 508,200 square foot warehouse is set to come before the Florence Township Planning Board. At an...

Florence Township honors two individuals for their service to community

Two Florence Township residents will be forever remembered after the community came together to honor them with special ceremony last month. On Oct. 5, Florence...

New faces elected to Mansfield committee and school board

Mansfield Township will see some new faces on the township committee and school board after this week’s election. With two candidates vying for one open...

TCNJ football team signs youngster to a full scholarship

A seven-year-old boy has already signed on to become a member of The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) football team. With pen in hand, surrounded...

Abbey True Harris bids for seat on Mansfield Township school board

When Mansfield Township residents head to the polls this November, they will be casting their ballots for several races including the school board and...

Bordentown Rotary Club to hold walk event for addiction awareness

An event aimed to raise awareness about drug addiction is set to return to Bordentown this November. The Bordentown Rotary Club will be the host...

Arthur Pulgia seeks to gain seat on Mansfield Township Committee

When Mansfield Township residents head to the polls this November, they will be casting their ballots for several races including the school board and...

An alleged ‘ghost’ once haunted Bordentown patrons in the 1800s

The Bordentown area is well-known for its historical ties to people such as Thomas Paine, Francis Hopkinson, Clara Barton and Joseph Bonaparte, but the...
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