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West Windsor memorial pays tribute to veterans by telling their stories

Pietro del Fabro wanted to do something different for latest public work—the American Legion Centennial Memorial. He wanted to create something to celebrate the lives of deceased veterans as individuals.

A new leader for Congregation Beth Chaim

Following the retirement of Rabbi Eric Wisnia after 42 years with Congregation Beth Chaim, Rabbi Brian Beal has stepped in as interim rabbi until June 30, 2020.

Mercer County emergency medical corps seeks volunteers

Faced with a growing number of COVID-19 cases, the county has put out a call for volunteers to join the Mercer County Medical Reserve Corps

Police vests for man’s best friend: Ewing, Lawrence K-9’s to get body armor on April...

A police dog in the line-of-duty faces the same threat of deadly force and imminent danger as a police officer

Maria Tello the go-to scorer for West Windsor-Plainsboro North girls’ lacrosse

Tello was the Knight girls’ leading scorer last year and finished with a career-high 50 goals in 2018

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.

Scott Benerofe hiked the 2,200-mile Appalachian Trail over the summer

The Appalachian National Scenic Trail stretches from Georgia to Maine, running its full length of nearly 2,200 miles through 14 states—or five pairs of shoes if you’re Scott Benerofe, who hiked the full trail earlier this year.

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.

Six West Windsor candidates vying for two open seats in historic WW-P school election

Six candidates are running for two open West Windsor seats on the West Windsor-Plainsboro School Board in the election on Nov. 8.

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.

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