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Turkey trot roundup: Run a 5K before your Thanksgiving meal

Eating turkey, watching football and running 3.1 miles. Every year, more people are adding 5K turkey trot races to their list of Thanksgiving Day traditions.

Ingrid Davis’ woodblock prints featured at Plainsboro Library

Ingrid Davis’ white-line woodblock prints will be featured in a December exhibit at Plainsboro Library Gallery.

‘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.

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.

WW-P grad devotes his life to police and emergency service

For almost 30 years, West Windsor Police Sergeant Michael McMahon has rushed around the country to major disasters and patrolled the streets.

West Windsor and Plainsboro police blotter: DWI arrests and thefts

Updates from the West Windsor and Plainsboro police blotter: Plainsboro police arrested a Yardley, Pennsylvania man theft and fencing charges.

Applegarth Dental Orthodontics: Quality care with a trusted local team

Applegarth Dental & Orthodontics opened in the Shoprite Shopping Center on Route 130 in East Windsor NJ.

CMS student Catherine Jiang stars in YouTube movie

Catherine Jiang, 8th grade student at Community Middle School, played a leading role in a YouTube movie called "A Different Sun."

Al Swingle, 76, owner of Al’s Sunoco in Princeton Junction, dies

Alvia (Al) Swingle, 76, of Princeton Junction, died suddenly on Nov. 5. Swingle, and his wife, Patti, own and operate Al’s Sunoco in Princeton Junction.

2018 election results: who won in your town?

The following is based on the unofficial election results from Burlington, Mercer and Middlesex counties.

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The Hamilton Post searched Hamilton Township school board candidates' Facebook accounts and found two had a history of offensive comments.