Saturday, July 4, 2020

Village Center Commercial Building to Begin

With construction underway, the rest of Plainsboro’s Village Center is beginning to attract retail interest.##M:## “Business is certainly brisk,” says Bob Sheehan, Township Administrator. “We knew that once the...

Cycling for Cancer

Sandra Lebo-Guirguis, 21, of West Windsor earned her bachelor’s degree in psychological brain sciences at Johns Hopkins last month and is now bicycling across the country as a participant...

Plainsboro Moves on Town Center Library

New Plainsboro Library? It’s not official but it’s going to happen.##M:## “There has been no official announcement pending action by the Township Committee,” says Peter Cantu, mayor of Plainsboro.But...

World Record

Participating in a Guinness book of world records effort that involved a water balloon toss, jelly bean sort, and a leap frog event, 10 fifth grade students from Village...

Silver and Gold for Mercer Rowers

Sure, crew isn’t as popular as baseball or lacrosse, but with the United States Olympic crew team training in its own back yard at Mercer Lake in West Windsor,...

Book Collector

Kelsey Townsend, a member of Village School’s Girl Scout Troop 677, recently organized a book drive for the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen. A fourth grader at Village School in...

Class of 2005: A Splendid Send-Off

Mother nature blessed the 331-student graduating Class of 2005 at High School North with a beautiful evening on June 21. ##M:##Commencement ceremonies were held on the school’s football field,...

Bench Donated For Princeton Junction Firehouse

The Berrien City Neighborhood Association donated a teak bench in honor of a long-time resident and community volunteer Sarah Santowasso, who died in December at the age of 99....

Letters: 6-24-2005

To the Editor: Plainsboro Traffic##M:##On the subject of traffic at the corner of Dey and Plainsboro roads, (WW-P News, April 29,) I’d like to address the issue of “The...

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 —...

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