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Deaths: January 7, 2005

Warren J. Ungerman, 81, a longtime resident of Hatboro, died December 14 in Majestic Oaks Nursing Home in Warminster Township. Survivors include his daughter, Elizabeth Acree of Plainsboro; and...

Deaths 12-18-2005

DeathsJames R. Johnston Jr., 79, died November 19. Survivors include a daughter Marie E. Johnston of Plainsboro.R. Margaret Thompson, 69, of Monroe Township died November 20 at Raritan Bay...

Births December 17, 2005

BirthsPrinceton HealthCare System has announced the following births:Sons were born to West Windsor residents Deborah and Kevin Carroll, December 3; Nicola and David Hall, December 4; and Himali and...

People December 17, 2005

Community ServiceA Soldier’s HolidayStudent council members from Community Middle School have combined community service with public service. They raised $110 and, together with Assemblyman Bill Baroni of the 14th...

It’s Five P.M., Let’s Make Music

By day, they are engineers, school teachers, physical therapists, retirees, even a municipal court judge; but on Monday nights they are musicians. These are the members of the Mercer...

Opportunities 12-17-2004

AuditionsPlayful Theater Productions seeks actors for “Suessical, the Musical.” Auditions are Saturday, January 8, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cast of 25 adult roles and six children’s roles (over...

Santa in West Windsor and Plainsboro

The man with the beard is coming to your neighborhood. On Friday, and Saturday, December 17 and 18, the West Windsor Volunteer Fire Company #1 will conduct Operation Santa...

Seeing Is Believing for These Dancers

The day Hema Ramamurthy saw Natyanjali, a professional dance group from India featuring visually handicapped dancers, perform on public television, she knew this was something she wanted to help...

American Boy Choir

For Clifford Weekes of West Windsor and Fernando Malvar-Ruiz of Plainsboro, their involvement with the prestigious American Boychoir is a dream come true — albeit slightly different dreams.Weekes, 12,...

On the Field or Onstage, Boy Dancers Rock

When the curtain lifts for the Princeton Dance and Theatre Studio’s new interpretation of the “Nutcracker,” called “Soup to Nuts,” at the Peddie School on December 18 and 19,...

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Bordentown City police arrest suspect in Jan. 14 robbery

Bordentown City police arrested George T. Rodgers of Trenton following the Jan. 14 robbery of Investors Bank on Route 130.