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Ethan Yuen emerges as leader for High School North swimming

Ethan Yuen tried several sports when he was young, but it’s swimming that he has stuck with and plans to pursue into college.

Plainsboro to hold year-long 100th anniversary celebration

In recognition of Plainsboro’s 100th anniversary this May 5, the township is planning a year-long series of events to celebrate the centennial.

Updates from the Plainsboro, West Windsor police blotters

Police are searching for a man who shoplifted and assaulted an employee at Home Depot in Nassau Park Shopping Center on Nov. 29.

First-time West Windsor author’s book was 10 years in the making

And after decades of hearing people tell her she should write a few of her ideas down, Antoinette Zam listened. Her debut novel, "Scarred by Death," was recently published by Page Press.

‘Persistence’ exhibition proves disabilities don’t define the artist

The exhibition “Persistence,” currently on view at the Plainsboro Library, focuses on artists who create artwork despite various physical and neurological challenges.

West Windsor Arts Center’s new exhibit showcases work from teachers, students

A new exhibit at the West Windsor Arts Center aims to expand students' knowledge as they experiment with art and creativity. 

Fatal two-car accident shuts down Route 1

A Plainsboro man was killed in a two-car accident on Route 1 in West Windsor that occurred at 9:30 p.m. on Jan. 7.

Plainsboro Library hosts Trenton Artists Workshop exhibition ‘Persistence’

The Trenton Artists Workshop Association (TAWA) will present the exhibition "Persistence" at the Plainsboro Public Library in January.

British farce ‘Noises Off’ coming to Kelsey Theatre Jan. 11 to 20

If British farce is your cup of tea, there is no livelier show than “Noises Off,” coming to Mercer County Community College’s Kelsey Theatre in January.

It’s Greek to me: sampling a few of Mercer’s gyros

After going most of his life without eating Greek food, Joe Emanski traveled to Mercer County Greek restaurants to discover unique Mediterranean flavors.

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New owner takes on task of fixing up Foxmoor Shopping Center

Progress might be hard to see today, but the new owners of Foxmoor Shopping Center say the gears have been set in motion to make it a whole new plaza by this time next year.