A look at our favorite stories from 2014
Dec 24, 2014 08:09AM ● Published by Community News Service
The Bordentown Current was busy covering all kinds of news in town this year. Here are some of our favorite stories from 2014:
A father and son’s Race Across the Sky
Bordentown residents take on one of the toughest races in North America. Read More »
Bordentown residents and father-son team Vince and Nick Schino take on one of the toughest races in North America, a 103-mile mountain bike race through the mountains of Colorado.
Family of field archers finding success
Greg Mancini stays on target with archery passion after years of practice Read More »
Father and son Greg and Vincent Mancini are both accomplished field archers.
All hands on deck for the Sea Dogs
Fieldsboro-based swashbucklers perform pirate battle reenactments Read More »
Fieldsboro-based swashbucklers perform pirate battle reenactments.
Bordentown Military Institute: gone, not forgotten
Alumni still gather at the statue devoted to the Bordentown Military Institute, which closed over 40 years ago, at biennial reunions held in Bordentown City.
These are truly ‘Have it Your Way’ days for America’s favorite sandwich. Get the low down on 30 burgers throughout Mercer County and Bordentown.
Big changes in store for Mastoris
Iconic diner isn’t going anywhere, but its owners agree it’s time to freshen things up Read More »
Iconic diner isn’t going anywhere, but its owners agree it’s time to freshen things up with new renovations for almost the entire building.
Snow days keeping public works busy
When the weather forecast predicts snow, the public works departments in Bordentown City, Bordentown Township and Fieldsboro prepare to roll into action.In a winter that’s brought more Read More »
When the weather forecast predicts snow, the public works departments in Bordentown City, Bordentown Township and Fieldsboro prepare to roll into action.
Standing up for his health
Bordentown Regional High School gradute Dawud Hamdan and his parents have been navigating the process of buying a power wheelchair with a power standing function.
Papp continues family bowling legacy
As little kids, most folks would visit their grandparents for a day and maybe visit the playground or the zoo or the circus.Not Morgan Papp.Morgan’s grandparents, Betty and Read More »
Bordentown High freshman Morgan Papp, whose grandparents owned Papp’s Bowling Center, made a big impact on the Scotties’ bowling team this year.
Anchor House riders pedal 500 miles
Bordentown cyclists ride from Virginia to New Jersey to support Trenton shelter for teens Read More »
Bordentown cyclists ride from Virginia to New Jersey to support Trenton shelter for teens.
Pipe bands take pride in their Celtic roots
Let’s roll the clock back 30 years: on South Olden Avenue, the border between Hamilton Township and Trenton, the only wearin’ o’ the green around St. Patrick’s Day occurred at St. Antho Read More »
Pipe bands have a huge presence in the Trenton area, and includes Bordentown’s own father and son pipers for AOH Pipe Band, both named Andrew Cary.
‘Super’ start to school year
BRSD welcomes new superintendent just in time for the 2014 - 2015 school year. Read More »
Bordentown Regional School District welcomed new superintendent Edward Forsthoffer just in time for the 2014-2015 school year.