As October draws to a close, Kathie Foster takes a moment to consider her dad’s words of wisdom.
The “stone house on the hill” from last month’s column sits on the campus of the Marie Katzenbach School for the Deaf — another institution worthy of consideration.
I’ve always felt the need to defend Thanksgiving. Eventually, it dawned on me that I seemed to be the only one defending Thanksgiving. Could I be alone in my love for Turkey Day?
By Steve MayerI keep the Common Core app on my phone for a reason.Unfortunately, the topics of over-testing kids, governmental “curriculum” mandates and Common Core have become tied together...
By Dana Drake The Lawrence Township Public School district is fortunate to have staff dedicated to student achievement, providing students with innovative educational experiences in the classroom and important services...
The N.J. State Normal School was one of a few teachers colleges in the country, and welcomed its first 15 students on Oct. 1, 1855 to classrooms in Ewing.
There’s one important aspect of the area that is truly historic (and on the National Register of Historic Places), and still very much used: the path along the feeder canal.
The following is an op-ed by WW-P Superintendent David Aderhold, West Windsor Police Chief Robert Garofalo and Plainsboro Police Chief Guy Armour.
Being an enthusiastic gardener with a formal education in landscape architecture, I enjoy taking my family to new and interesting gardens and looking for the “wow” factor in outstanding...
Now that the county and the township have begun replacing Cranbury Road bridge, it’s a good time to stand back and see what has happened so far.