Sunday, May 28, 2017

A New Indian Restaurant

“The restaurant is a dream project come true,” says Sri Chandupatla, owner of the new Ganges Restaurant in West Windsor at 33 Princeton-Hightstown Road (in the former Ellsworth location)....

Births

The University Medical Center at Princeton has announced the following births:Sons were born to Plainsboro residents Surbhi and Amit Girdhar, May 3; and Li Fu and Tao Yuan, May...

Asian Achievers: The Story Behind the Stereotype

When it comes to math and science, the West Windsor-Plainsboro school district has earned the well-deserved reputation as “the big gun” in student competition on the regional, state, and...

Literary Award

Andrew Watrous, 17, of West Windsor received a National Scholastic Award from the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers. He will be presented with the national silver award for...

May 14

Wilton John Schenck 84, of Boise, Idaho, died April 24 in Boise. The son of the late Walter and Mabel Schenck, he was raised on the historical “Schenck” farm...

Asian Achievers — Original

When it comes to math and science, the West Windsor-Plainsboro school district has earned the well-deserved reputation as “the big gun” in student competition on the regional, state, and...

In the Schools

Problem SolversThe members of the West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional School District Future Problem Solvers teams worked hard and it paid off. Students on the High School South Future Problem Solvers...

Around Town

Dancing InternMarlene Kowal, a freshman at Temple University and a graduate of High School South, Class of 2003, continues with her dance studies in the Philadelphia area. She was...

May 14

AuditionsStep II Productions has open auditions for the musical comedy, “My Favorite Year,” on Saturday and Sunday, May 22 and 23, at 2 p.m. at the Dance Conservatory, Vermillion...

Taking Off

More than 30 students from West Windsor and Plainsboro will appear in Princeton Dance and Theater Studio’s first annual spring workshop performance, “Taking Off,” on Saturday May 15, 2004...

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Lawrence High special needs students compete with unified track team

Lawrence High School’s unified track and field team allows special needs students to compete alongside their varsity peers.