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Bordentown Township police are searching for Jose Cardona of Trenton in connection with recent burglaries and thefts in the township.
BORDENTOWN TOWNSHIP — Police have arrested and charged two Trenton men in the burglary and theft of all-terrrain vehicles from at Hogback Road residence on Sept. 19.

A 15-year-old was also arrested and warrants have been issued for a third Trenton man who police said was also involved in the thefts.


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MANSFIELD: Part-time administrator hired
The township has hired a part-time administrator and a part-time administrative assistant. Read more...
SPRINGFIELD: Pulling out all the stops
Smoke billowed out of exhaust pipes and dust flew as tractors tried to tow an increasingly weighted sled down a dirt runway at the Burlington County Fairgrounds Saturday afternoon. Read more...
FLORENCE: Police pursue dirt bike rider
Police had to chase a dirt bike rider on foot after he crashed on W. Front Street around 3:30 p.m. Aug. 7. Read more...

Sports

REGION: High school gridders prepare for season openers
As everyone knows by now, football is back. But it's not just the pros returning to gridiron. Read more...
FLORENCE: Girls set to contend in Freedom Division
FLORENCE - Fans may have to wait a few months to find out which girls soccer team ultimately reigns supreme as champions in the Burlington County League Freedom Division, but they can count on games played between contenders being fiercely and closely contested. Read more...


Opinions

STATE WE'RE IN: Celebrating wild beach plums
You've probably never picked or tasted a wild beach plum, but it's not too late! Read more...
EDITORIAL: Embrace educational challenges
Although fall does not officially begin until Sept. 22, next Monday, Labor Day, marks the traditional end of the summer season. Read more...
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Your Views

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Lifestyle

ON CAMPUS
Saint Mary's College named Shannon Dolan, of Columbus, to the dean's list for the spring 2014 semester. She is the daughter of Timothy and Jeanette Dolan. Read more...
COLUMBUS CORNER
The Mansfield Township offices are at 3135 Route 206 South, Columbus. Read more...
FLORENCE-ROEBLING NEWS
The next meeting of the John S. Roebling Senior Citizens Society will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 3 at noon (note the time change) at VFW Post 8838 on Tenth Avenue in Roebling. The group meets the first and third Wednesday of each month. All interested seniors are welcome to attend. Light refreshments are served. The officers for the 2014-15 year were installed at the June dinner. They are President Jim Napolitan, Vice President Shirley Ramchak, Corresponding Secretary Simone Gadbois, Recording Secretary Stella Polyak and Treasurer Marge Miller. For more information, contact the president at 609-499-2154. Read more...

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ON CAMPUS
Saint Mary's College named Shannon Dolan, of Columbus, to the dean's list for the spring 2014 semester. She is the daughter of Timothy and Jeanette Dolan. Read more...
COLUMBUS CORNER
The Mansfield Township offices are at 3135 Route 206 South, Columbus. Read more...
FLORENCE-ROEBLING NEWS
The next meeting of the John S. Roebling Senior Citizens Society will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 3 at noon (note the time change) at VFW Post 8838 on Tenth Avenue in Roebling. The group meets the first and third Wednesday of each month. All interested seniors are welcome to attend. Light refreshments are served. The officers for the 2014-15 year were installed at the June dinner. They are President Jim Napolitan, Vice President Shirley Ramchak, Corresponding Secretary Simone Gadbois, Recording Secretary Stella Polyak and Treasurer Marge Miller. For more information, contact the president at 609-499-2154. Read more...

Business

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS: Princeton lawyer reappointed to high court panel
Congratulations Jeffrey M. Gradone, a partner in the Princeton office of Archer and Greiner P.C., has been reappointed to serve as a member of the New Jersey Supreme Court Committee on the Tax Court for the 2014-2016 term. The committee is comprised of members of the bench and tax bar as well as representatives of taxpayers' groups, local, county and state tax administrators and others concerned with the administration and review of the New Jersey tax laws. Read more...
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS: Thouin elected to board of Enable Inc.
Congratulations Lisa M. Thouin, CPA, CGMA, managing director of The Mercadien Group, principal in Mercadien, P.C., Certified Public Accountants, and co-leader of its Nonprofit Services Group, has been elected to the board of trustees of Enable Inc., a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping individuals with permanent and chronic physical or cognitive disabilities and senior citizens to live full and independent lives in the community. Enable achieves its mission by providing services, support and living arrangements to afflicted individuals and their families throughout central New Jersey. Readers can learn more by visiting www.mercadien.com. Read more...
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS: Jammin' Crepes to open in downtown Princeton
Coming soon I recently had a chance to find out more about a new business coming to downtown Princeton. Read more...
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Your Health

YOUR HEALTH: Separating flu facts from fiction
Cold and flu season seems to arrive earlier and earlier each year. As more people begin to sniffle and sneeze and feel lousy, they may look for ways to shorten the time they spend battling the flu. Read more...
YOUR HEALTH: The importance of vaccinations
Based on the numbers of lives saved alone, vaccines are the most effective advances in modern medicine. In April, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that a program launched in the 1990s aimed at increasing vaccination rates among low-income children is expected to prevent more than 700,000 deaths, Reuters reported. Read more...
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Your Home

YOUR HOME: Decorating tips from the pros
With summer waning and cooler weather on the horizon, perhaps you're beginning to run through your mind a list of indoor projects. Read more...
YOUR HOME: Getting the fireplace ready for a safe season
As temperatures drop and thoughts of crackling fires beckon, Patt and Gary Severson of Ashes-Up Up and Away Chimney Service have this cautionary tip for you: Read more...
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