Sunday, July 5, 2020

Births

The University Medical Center at Princeton has announced the following births:Daughters were born to Plainsboro residents Josephine and Arokiasamy Devasagayaraj, Jan-u-ary 16; and Alejandra and Herbert Ryder, February 22.Sons...

Engagement

Jennifer L. Moak and Scott D. Kravitz are planning an August 22 wedding. She is the daughter of Larry and Lois Moak of West Windsor. A graduate of West...

Around Town

Essay SelectedDavid C. Parris of West Windsor, a student in the Chinese language class at the West Windsor Senior Center, has had his essay selected for publication in “The...

More Camps

More Camps and Summer ProgramsEvery day we discover more and more summer programs of interest to our readers. These are our recent discoveries to add to the camp list...

In Schools

Going for the GoldVini Lanka, 14, a member of the Twin Pine Composite Squad-ron, Civil Air Patrol, recently conducted a workshop on creative planning for the cadets, challenging them...

HomeFront Heroes

Many West Windsor and Plainsboro individuals, families, businesses, and community groups support HomeFront — the non-profit organization that works with Mercer County’s homeless and working poor families, providing food,...

Marcia Smith Fleres

When two teachers at Millstone River School had a remarkable idea to create a milkweed habitat for butterflies in the school courtyard, their plans did not fall within the...

Participate Please

Trinity Episcopal Church, 33 Mercer Street, announces its grant application schedule and guidelines. Applications are now available, with a return deadline of March 19. Grant awards range from $500...

Giant Book Sale

Over 7,"000 books will be available for purchase at the West Windsor Library Annual Book Sale beginning on Tuesday, March 23, 6 to 9 p.m. The Friends of the...

Music, Maestro, Please!

An all new “Music, Maestro, Please!” will introduce the younger set to the joys of vocal and instrumental music. The Mercer County Symphonic Band presents this lively interactive children’s...

Trending Stories

Mercer County home to growing number of BBQ restaurants

They come and they go, but here are some BBQ spots in Mercer County that are satisfying local palettes now

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