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Boys Swimming##M:##North (8-2): A win over Ewing, 129-32, on January 15. 200 Medley Relay: 1.) High School North (Adam Schuit, Sanjay Jumani, Edwin Chiu, Albert Lu), 2:05.70; 2.) High...

Health at the Library

Libraries are no longer just for books. There are audio and virtual books, DVDs, and much more. The West Windsor branch presented 157 programs attended by 1,929 people in...

Running is a way of life for WW-P North’s Cordasco

Everything changed for Callia Cordasco when she joined the indoor track and field team at High School North.

Garden Statesmen celebrating 50 years of a cappella

One thing that has continued to unite members of the Princeton Garden Statesmen a cappella group throughout its 50-year history is their simple love of singing.

Spotted lanternfly: an ‘alien invader’ that could endanger Christmas trees

The state Department of Agriculture has issued a warning to immediately kill the spotted lanternfly, the latest non-native insect to come to our region.

New BBQ joint set for 2019 opening in West Windsor plaza

Highly rated More Than Q out of Lambertville set to move in next to Chipotle, Trader Joe's

Send Hunger Packing gets $10k contribution

West Windsor-Plainsboro Send Hunger Packing has received a $10,000 contribution to support the program from Princeton University.

Atlantic Realty buys Howard Hughes site for $40 million

The 558-acre former American Cyanamid tract has a new owner. What that means for the future of the property is anyone’s guess.

Township to run Plainsboro Preserve following exit of N.J. Audubon

This past summer, New Jersey Audubon informed the township that it could no longer afford to manage the preserve for the entire year.

Elias a force in the middle for WW-P South field hockey

Phoebe Elias was in sixth grade when she found a new passion.

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Ewing High School grad stars as a Rockette in Christmas Spectacular

Dancing has been in 27-year-old Mara Ranson’s DNA for a long time. She grew up training at Ewing’s Body Language Dance Center, studied dance at the University of the Arts and performed in musicals at regional theaters across the country.