Application for warehouse to be heard by Bordentown Township planners

Preliminary and final site plans for the proposed construction of a warehouse on Route 130 are set to come before the Bordentown Township Planning...

Proposed housing development to come before Bordentown Township planners

Preliminary and final site plans for a new housing development are expected to come before the Bordentown Township Planning Board at its next meeting. The...

Area resident launches compost program in Bordentown

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reports that food scraps and yard waste makes up approximately 30% of what gets thrown away into...

Police: Three males charged following incident at bank

The Bordentown Township Police reported charges against three individuals of suspected fraudulent activities. The announcement from police officials came on July 15 following reported incidents...

Bordentown City officials to hold meeting on potential lead in water this month

The Bordentown City Board of Commissioners is set to serve as the host to a meeting this month that will be aimed to inform...

Environmental officials encourage action against proposed waste facility

Local environmental officials are encouraging people to take timely action against a proposed hazardous waste treatment facility slated for Falls Township in Pennsylvania. Elcon Recycling...

Bordentown Fire Commissioners honor three heroes

The monthly meeting of the Bordentown Fire District No.2 Commissioners is typically held to conduct business and updates on the department. But on July 2,...

Florence planners pass resolution for mixed use development

The Florence Township Planning Board passed a resolution that memorialized the approval for development of apartments, retail space and a hotel at the intersection...

Zoning board approves warehouse in Florence

A plan for the construction of a 300,700-square-foot warehouse located at the intersection of Delaware and Railroad avenues was  approved by the Florence Township...

Bordentown’s American Legion baseball team looks to rebound

The Bordentown American Legion Post 26 baseball team will bid to shake off a rare defeat and return to its winning ways. Bordentown's American Legion...

Police: Male dies in Bordentown Township after self-inflicted gunshot wound

The Bordentown Township Police Department reported that a 41-year-old male died after a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Police officials reported an incident, which originated at approximately...

New Jersey families sought for new competition show

New Jersey families are being sought for a new competition series that will film one day from July through October. A family of three or...

Thomas Edison State University names new director

Melissa Maszczak enters into distinguished company at Thomas Edison State University. She has become the new senior fellow and director of the Center for Leadership...

County breaks ground on trails project to include Florence Township

The Roebling Museum in Florence Township is set to become a part of a county-wide project. The Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders held a...

Bordentown Township Committee OKs Joseph Lawrence Park expansion

Bordentown Township’s Joseph Lawrence Park will expand in an effort to accommodate more local recreational and youth sports programs by the end of the...

Bordentown Township officials ok Ward Avenue project

Design plans are in place for resurfacing work on Ward Avenue in Bordentown Township. After township officials announced on May 10 that the municipality was...

Trenton man in custody after alleged vehicle burglary in Bordentown Township parking lot

The Bordentown Township Police Department reported charges against a Trenton man for an alleged vehicle burglary. The man in custody, Michael Ruiz, 44, of South...
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