Thursday, March 30, 2017

Schools

Piyali Sircar and Hema Sunderasan, both students at High School South, participated in the Waksman Scholars Program at Rutgers University, founded on the philosophy of teaching science by allowing...

Health at the Library

Libraries are no longer just for books. There are audio and virtual books, DVDs, and much more. The West Windsor branch presented 157 programs attended by 1,929 people in...

News Briefs

#b#SPRAB Review Set For Islamic Center#/b#The West Windsor Site Plan Review Advisory Board (SPRAB) will meet Monday, January 14, at 7:30 p.m. in meeting room A of the Municipal...

Politics

Thiramala Halemane of West Windsor campaigned and ran for a seat in the India Parliament recently — and lost. Although he left India in 1974 to pursue a doctorate...

Spruce Street turf field open for business

If you've driven down Spruce Street in the last several months, chances are you've seen the massive bubble that popped up just past Halo Farm near Arctic Parkway.

Mistaken for the Lindbergh Baby

Meet the Hopewell family that got caught up in the Lindbergh kidnapping.

Robbinsville school district seeks answers to shrinking state aid

Robbinsville school board president Matt O’Grady recently laid out a grim truth: the Robbinsville school district’s finances are in dire straits.

Hamilton West GALRE meets Vice President Pence

The Hamilton High West GALRE (Government and Law Related Experiences) class’s annual trip to Washington, D.C. was full of surprises from the beginning.

First game under the lights at Fasolino Field set for April 22

The Ewing Township Little League has been awarded a $109,897 grant from the Baseball Tomorrow Fund for the construction of field lights at Fasolino Field.

Route 206 in Princeton to close during daytime hours

Route 206 in Princeton will be closed in both directions near the Stony Brook Bridges between Lovers Lane and Carter Road to allow PSE&G to relocate wires to new utility poles.

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The school district—like me—sits wobbling on the edge of a hole

Sometimes—like at a recent school board meeting—covering your hometown hits a little too close to home.