Day: January 17, 2020

Allentown HS Basketball 72 Over Ewing 59

January 17, 2020

ALLENTOWN, NJ (MONMOUTH)–The Allentown High School boys basketball team defeated Ewing Township High School with a final score of 72-59 tonight.

Ice Hockey: Robbinsville Ravens 5 Hopewell Bulldogs 2

January 17, 2020

WEST WINDSOR, NJ (MERCER)–The Robbinsville Ravens ice hockey team defeated Hopewell Valley High School Bulldogs with a final score of 5-2.

Note: The Robbinsville Ravens are a cooperative team between Robbinsville High School and Allentown High School.

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Another Accident On Old York Road Within 7 Days Causes Delays and Power Issues

Breaking crews are still on scene: Expect power problems, traffic delays and detours until repairs are made.

January 17, 2020

MILLSTONE TOWNSHIP, NJ (MONMOUTH)–Another crash within the past 7 days on Old York Road creating traffic problems and power problems for the residents of Upper Freehold, East Windsor and Robbinsville as a vehicle cut a pole in half. These accidents are is in a section where two counties and three townships come together. The previous accident was on January 10th and residents were without power close to 10 hours while repairs were made.

Robbinsville Police, East Windsor Police and NJ State Police are on scene, as well as the Robbinsville Township Fire Department, East Windsor Fire Company, Hightstown Fire Company, and Millstone Township Fire Department. Allentown First Aid Squad and Robbinsville FD EMS also on scene.

Update, Robbinsville, East Windsor, and Hightstown Fire has cleared the scene. Millstone Township Fire Department remaining on scene since it is Millstone Township. Expect power problems, traffic delays and detours until repairs are made.

Habitat for Humanity ReStore Is Now Open

January 17, 2020

Location: 2465 S Broad Street Suite E2, Independence Plaza, Hamilton Township, NJ 08610

Hamilton, NJ (01/17/2020) – The new year brings tidings of good cheer as Habitat for Humanity of Burlington County and Greater Trenton-Princeton opens its second ReStore!  Volunteers and patrons alike are welcome to shop and support Habitat at the new ReStore in Independence Plaza on South Broad Street in Hamilton.  A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held Friday, January 17th, at 9:30am!  Hamilton Mayor Jeff Martin will be in attendance.

ReStore shoppers can find good deals at affordable prices, all for a great cause!  Each purchase supports Habitat for Humanity’s local affordable housing initiatives. After the ribbon cutting, the Hamilton ReStore will be open 10AM – 6PM Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Sunday, as well as 9AM – 6PM on Saturdays.

Habitat for Humanity is excited to bring its ReStore to Hamilton.  The organization has a major presence in the community through its housing programs. In the neighborhood surrounding the ReStore, Habitat has two new affordable homes under construction as well as numerous repair projects for low to moderate-income homeowners. 

Habitat’s CEO, Lori Leonard, is ecstatic. She says, “Hamilton has been a wonderful partner in bringing more affordable homes to the community and stepping up to address the need for repairs for low-income homeowners.  With the ReStore, we can further our partnership with the town by providing jobs, volunteer opportunities, and wonderful home goods for locals to purchase!”

The ReStore is Habitat for Humanity’s retail operation that is open to the public, selling discounted housewares and building materials.  You can find donated items, new and used, from residents and local business.  The inventory is always changing, so every time you visit there is something new and unique to find! Visit the Habitat website, or call (856) 439 – 6717 for more information.