Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Twins create nonprofit to help spread literacy around the world

Twins Seema and Suraj Korumilli have spent the last five years growing and expanding their nonprofit, Literacy Movement 4 More.

Resilient High School North Knights stay tough in a season beset by injuries

The West Windsor-Plainsboro High School North boys’ soccer team came on strong to force double overtime in its Mercer County Tournament opener.

WWP South senior teaches kids to help further their education in science and math

Rhea Khatri has loved the subjects of science, technology, engineering and mathematics since she was a kid. She likes them so much, that she decided that she was going to teach STEM to kids half her age.

Princeton Junction Fire Department ready to deal with flood emergencies

The Princeton Junction Volunteer Fire Department is now equipped to deal with water-based emergencies.

High School North play depicts events surrounding a school shooting

Students at West Windsor-Plainsboro High School North are performing the play "Bang Bang You’re Dead!" to spread awareness about the factors of gun violence in schools.

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.

West Windsor teen Nicholas Cushman joins USA Dragon Boat U18s

Notre Dame junior only took up the sport in January

Shari Nichols juggles hats as a mom and a writer

Paranormal romance author Shari Nichols recently released her second book, “Haunted,” and will be conducting a book signing on Saturday, June 23.

Spectrum, Gay-Straight Alliance provide safe space for discussion

For almost 20 years now, the Gay-Straight Alliance at High School North and Spectrum at High School South have acted as a safe space for students.

West Windsor native looks back on the days before developments invaded town

These long ago memories stem from a young girl who experienced that special lifestyle before it disappeared—back when air conditioning didn’t exist and, with the windows wide open, I’d fall asleep to the chirp of crickets every summer night.

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