Sunday, July 5, 2020

Where History Speaks — Quietly

If you are a history buff and enjoy poking around old cemeteries, the Princeton Cemetery, right across from the rebuilt Princeton Public Library, is a must. Tucked under the...

Honey Queen

Nicole Wagenblast, a senior at High School North, was appointed Honey Queen by the New Jersey Beekeepers Association at the annual spring meeting. She began beekeeping at the age...

WW’s $29M Budget

West Windsor residents will see a moderate tax increase under the 2005 budget recently approved by council and Mayor Shing-Fu Hsueh.##M:##Under the budget, municipal taxes will increase by 3...

How to Land a Summer Job That Counts

Many high schoolers are interested in summer jobs that offer a learning experience, or something different they can add to their college applications. To land that type of position,...

Business

Senior ManagerMark Ierardi of Plainsboro has been promoted to senior manager in the tax department at Amper, Politziner & Mattia. A graduate of SUNY Albany, he received his...

Princeton Landing Residents vs. Association: Still Moldering

According to some Princeton Landing residents, being sued by their own homeowners association was the unkindest cut of all.##M:## But for the association, the residents have needlessly complicated an...

In College

Rutgers University: Matthew R. Carter of Plainsboro graduated summa cum laude as well as with honors in psychology and was the recipient of the Phillips Award for Outstanding Thesis...

WW-P Board Passes Teachers’ Contract

With a health benefits deadline looming and after almost six months of negotiations between the West Windsor-Plainsboro Education Association (WWPEA) and the WW-P school board for a new three-year...

Math and the Cosmos

High School North is decorated with posters and mobiles created by students studying the relationship of mathematical tools with the exploration of space. The colorful banner in the hallway,...

New Questions, Old Answers in Plainsboro Murder Case

Although it’s been more than 20 years since 37-year-old Hunters Glen resident Irene Schnaps was found murdered in her blood splattered bedroom by a Princeton Forrestal Center co-worker, authorities...

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