Monday, June 24, 2019

Plainsboro veterinarian headed for Capitol Hill

When people think of veterinarians, they don’t immediately think about global human health issues. Radhika Gharpure’s mind, however, does.

Historic Grovers Mill building to be converted into residential apartments

A local landmark made famous by a 1930s version of “fake news,” the mill house at Grovers Mill has assumed various commercial identities since its original construction in the late 18th century.

New wave of residential development may alter West Windsor master plan

The West Windsor Planning Board is putting the finishing touches on a report that is expected to call for major revisions to the township’s master plan, according to township officials who are in the process of drafting the document.

West Windsor in review: new mayor Hemant Marathe talks state of the township

Bill Sanservino, editor of The West Windsor & Plainsboro News, sat down with Mayor Hemant Marathe almost exactly a month after he was sworn in to talk about his plans for this year, as well as the rest of his term.

WW-P North football seniors make the best out of JV schedule

Seniors will be playing a JV schedule with the WW-P North football team following a decision by the district to cancel the varsity season due.

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.

West Windsor-Plainsboro high school football programs in jeopardy

High School North’s football team is in jeopardy and state officials have repeatedly rejected the school district’s solution—a merger with High School South.

WWP High School South Mock Trial team competes for first time in a decade

Tommy Colitsas isn’t the type of young man to let go of what he wants. If you need proof, you can look at the Mock Trial program he helped see off the ground at High School South.

Congregation Beth Chaim rabbi reflects on four decades in West Windsor

West Windsor was a very different community when 27-year-old Rabbi Eric Wisnia arrived at Congregation Beth Chaim in 1977.

West Windsor resident wins national award for social activism

West Windsor's Robt Seda-Schreiber won the National Education Association’s Social Justice Activist Award earlier this summer.

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