Sunday, February 17, 2019

Wordly Dessert

Jeff Grabell’s Third Grade Class at Dutch Neck Elementary School raised $359 to benefit UNICEF. While the community service project is admirable, this project had an academic twist —...

Suburban Mom

An open letter to my three children: Let’s start with the basic understanding that I love you. Unconditionally. And that I will always love you. Unconditionally. Except that you’re...

Mitzvah Day

Beth El Synagogue members assisted area charities by participating in gardening for the Friends of West Windsor Open space and an Enable Group in West Windsor. They also assisted...

Indian Heritage

Pooja Mehta, 16, a Plainsboro resident, strives to maintain a balance between the Indian heritage of her immigrant parents and the culture of the United States, where...

Future in Medicine

Sonal Kumar of Plainsboro is enrolled in the National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine (NYFL/MED) taking place in Philadephia from Sunday, July 3, to Tuesday, July 12. Kumar will...

Before the High School South Prom

Sarah Preno, left, Rebecca Freed, Liza Luzzi, and Robert Cave, who have been Charter Club neighbors since first grade. The prom was at the Westin Hotel in Plainsboro.

Plainsboro Preserve Deal Extended

Township Committee voted to extend a 10-year conservation management agreement with Middlesex County for the Plainsboro Preserve to the year 2019.##M:## The agreement with the county, which owns a...

Landmark Volunteer

Danielle Sleeper, 16, of West Windsor, is spending two weeks as a Landmark Volunteer at the Camp Sunshine, a retreat for children with life-threatening illnesses and their families. She...

Prom Photo

Ready to go to the prom in the stretch limousine.

Quilters

Junior Girl Scout Troop 1072 of Plainsboro recently worked on a community project, by making a quilt for HomeFront of Mercer County. HomeFront’s mission is to end homelessness in...

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As Trenton Water Works receives new violations, its customers seek alternatives

Coming off the worst year in its history, Trenton Water Works received notice of three more state violations in January, continuing a cycle the utility has spent months trying to break.