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Plainsboro Mask Squad sews for a cause

What started as a couple of friends trying to do some good during a pandemic turned into thousands of masks sewn by dozens of volunteers.

Housing nixed for Howard Hughes land tract

The 653-acre tract will be developed for commercial use.

Voices of West Windsor aims to document community’s history

Shikha Rastogi has always been dedicated to promoting diversity and inclusion. A few years ago, she was finally able to formalize her passion.

Plainsboro crocheters awarded Guinness World Record

The Mother India Crochet Queens set a Guinness record for the largest display of crocheted Christmas decorations—66,158.

‘Service-oriented’ Hersh takes Manzari’s vacated council seat

Andrew Hersh decided to pursue the vacant seat for one reason: “The opportunity to do more for our community."

La Convivencia to host Parade of Lights donation collection Dec. 5

Participants are encouraged to decorate their cars with lights and drive through a collection station in West Windsor.

West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional School District to go remote

The district will remain fully virtual Nov. 30 through Wednesday, Dec. 9.

CS Remastered adapts to the COVID era

The transition to all-virtual classes was difficult, but it ended up working out in the group’s favor.

Community Middle School student starts pandemic running club

As summer started to creep in, Luke Pometti was feeling the itch to get outside after a few months of lockdown.

Send Hunger Packing collecting money for grocery store gift cards

SHuP WW-P hopes to raise $20,000 for grocery store gift cards that will be distributed to food insecure families in November and December.

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