Sunday, May 19, 2019

Local filmmaker Ilene Dube explores history of Roosevelt, N.J. in new documentary

Filmmaker Ilene Dube's newest film “Generations of Artists: Roosevelt, NJ" premiered during the New Jersey International Film Festival at Rutgers in New Brunswick.

West Windsor man honored for learning disabilities activism

Mark Brugger, a West Windsor resident, was the recipient of the Harrison Sylvester Award during the 55th Annual International Learning Disabilities of America Conference.

Three candidates run for mayor in West Windsor

Three candidates filed to run for mayor of West Windsor by the Sept. 5 filing deadline for this year’s Nov. 7 election.

Free library at Princeton Junction train station meant to encourage book swapping

A free book swap library was recently built at the Princeton Junction train station. The library can hold between 100 and 120 books.

Plainsboro voters approve $1.5 million firehouse expansion

Voters approved a $1.5 million expansion to the Plainsboro Fire Company firehouse during a special capital meeting held on Nov. 15.

‘YZ’ Zhang wins West Windsor council seat

Yingchao “YZ” Zhang was the victor in the race for a single one-year seat on West Windsor Township Council.

West Windsor Community Farmers Market gears up for its 15th season

The West Windsor Community Farmers Marke kicks off its 15th season on May 5 after having spent the winter months inside the Windsor Athletic Club.

North and South boys’ track teams excel in group championships

The boys’ winter track teams at both high schools in the WW-P Regional School District are making their mark as being among the top schools in the in the state in their sport.

Long-time High School South orchestra director begins anew at MCCC

Retirement for Jean Mauro lasted about two months. She walked away from her job leading the orchestra at High School South after almost 40 years, and a phone call from Mercer County Community College changed everything.

New Institute of Islamic Studies imam has experienced world of learning

Before becoming the imam at the Institute of Islamic Studies, Adeyinka Muhammad Mendes traveled the world to learn about faith, culture and everything in-between.

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