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Notes from the West Windsor, Plainsboro February police blotter

A roundup from the West Windsor and Plainsboro police blotters.

WW-P High School North girls’ swimmers win first county championship

Diane Hu and Jacelyn Tarn have been on the High School North girls’ swim team since they were freshmen. The senior captains never envisioned an ending this memorable.

Works by pastel painter at Plainsboro Library this month

Artist Mimi Zhong will exhibit pastels at the Plainsboro Library Gallery in February through Feb 27.

Local agent elected president of Mercer Top Producers Association

Carole Tosches, a realtor with Berkshire Hathaway Fox & Roach Realtors in Princeton, has been elected president of the Mercer County Top Producers Association.

‘Tragic’ Mercer Lake death ruled an accident by West Windsor Police

West Windsor Police are calling a fatal accident that occurred earlier this week in which 85-year-old Calvin Madison of Ewing drove into Mercer Lake a “tragic event.”

Ewing man found dead after driving into Mercer Lake

West Windsor Police are investigating a fatal accident this morning in which an 85-year-old Ewing man drove into Mercer Lake in Mercer County Park.

WWP High School North swimmers strong heading into championships

Matt Chan has seen a lot of success in his four years on the West Windsor-Plainsboro High North swim team, but the best was saved for last.

Former West Windsor council president, activist Rae Roeder dies at age 73

West Windsor has had its fair share of important political leaders over the years, but few have impacted the community as much as Rae Roeder.

Plainsboro looks to battle opiate addiction through CARE program

The Plainsboro Township Committee and the Plainsboro Police Department are implementing the Community Addiction Recovery Effort, or CARE, initiative.

Craft beer newbie? How to take on taprooms like a pro

If you’re new to craft beer and have been wondering if there’s some way you could get more out of the taproom experience, this article is for you.

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