Marisa Pollack, a West Windsor resident, is hosting a Stand With Planned Parenthood event at the West Windsor Library on Friday, May 5.
A fencing club with an Olympic-sized pedigree has opened in the Windsor Industrial Park in Robbinsville.
Plainsboro's Sarah Neiheiser provides a firsthand account of life at a refugee camp on the Greek isle of Samos.
Kimberly Renick, a sixth-grade science teacher at Timberlane Middle School in Hopewell, will soon be traveling to NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston to test her students’ prototype of a satellite launcher.
Deacon Stacey Heading’s latest project is Heal the City, a billboard campaign that encourages young people to pursue college educations.
Rashad Malik Davis recently published his first children’s book, “Carefree Like Me,” but his dreams started not long after he began working full-time at Merrill Lynch two years ago.
The great disparity in regulation between B&Bs and Airbnbs was not lost on several members of the Princeton Zoning Board as they discussed a recent B&B application.
After 30 years of delivering mail on the same route in Hopewell Borough, Craig Brown strode down the sidewalks for one final time on a cool morning in February.
It’s already been a busy year in Robbinsville Township, and indications are that the pace won’t be slowing down any time soon.
The West Windsor-Plainsboro School District is running out of room for new students, and residents can expect to see a bond referendum for school construction at some point in the next few years.