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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

Princeton University gearing up to develop Lake Campus in West Windsor

Plan is for expanded graduate housing, an "innovation hub," open space and athletic areas, and additional parking

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

Structural problems force Alexander Road bridge closure

Repairs expected to last at least 10 days; rush hour impact significant

WW-P North grad Chrissy DiCindio doing what she can for Quakers’ basketball

Chrissy DiCindio, a 2017 graduate of West Windsor-Plainsboro High North, is back on the court after recovering from a herniated disc.

Persistence pays off in a trip to states for South wrestler Brandon Murray

Brandon Murray won 28 matches in each of his final two seasons with the High School South wrestling team, but there’s no contest as to which was his better year.

Rabbi delivers ‘Wisnistotelian logic’ in final Yom Kippur sermon

In September, Congregation Beth Chaim Senior Rabbi Eric Wisnia delivered his final Yom Kippur sermon. Here is a lightly edited version of Wisnia’s sermon.

MCCC student art on view in April

The work of visual Arts students at Mercer County Community College will be on display in the Gallery at Mercer as the college presents its annual Visual Arts Student Exhibition through April 25.

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.

West Windsor Arts Council presents exhibition of members’ works

The West Windsor Arts Council is showcasing the work of many of its talented member artists in the exhibition Fiction: The Art Show. The show is running through May 17.

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