Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Art

West Windsor artist Donna L. Clovis has an exhibit of photographs and interviews of Governors Island in the City of New York. “We Were Here” is on view through...

In College

College of New Jersey: Katie Greco is on the dean’s list and was accepted into the Ambassador Program. She is a graduate of High School North, Class of 2004.Cornell...

Poetry Abounds at the West Windsor Arts Council

How many people when passing a notice on the bulletin board at the local library announcing a poetry contest, actually go home, write a poem, and enter? Well, 10-year-old...

Village Area Sewers Update

With construction on the Village Center continuing, Plainsboro Township Committee also moved along with sewers for nearby residents.##M:## As a bygone remnant of Plainsboro’s rural heritage, many homes in...

Special Olympic Volunteers

Katie Amigo, 11, was a first time volunteer at the NJ Special Olympics held June 4 and 5. On Saturday she assisted with aquatics and on Sunday, softball.Born in...

June 10 to June 25, 2005

FridayJune 10DramaHamlet, Berlind Theater at McCarter, 91 University Place, 609-258-2787. Shakespeare. Contains nudity. $33 to $48. 8 p.m.Shady Business, Off-Broadstreet Theater, 5 South Greenwood Avenue, Hopewell, 609-466-2766. Comedy. $23.75...

Around Town:

Music NotesEmily Looney of West Windsor, a student at Cornell University, is active in the Cornell Wind Ensemble and vice president of the student organization CU Winds. She graduated...

WW Municipal Briefs

West Windsor Council, during its June 6 meeting, took the following actions:##M:##Approved an ordinance requiring affordable housing by developers’ whose properties are rezoned from residential to commercial, or zoned...

College Awards

University of Delaware: Melissa L. Baum of West Windsor was inducted in Alpha Lambda Delta, a national honor society that recognizes superior scholarship in a student’s first year at...

Plainsboro Municipal Briefs

Plainsboro Township Committee at its June 8 business meeting approved the following actions:##M:##A Capital Ordinance authorizing $36,"190 for computers, office equipment, furniture, and building and grounds improvements.An assessment ordinance...

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