Friday, April 28, 2017

In the Schools

Science WinnersBoth High School Science Olympiad Teams came up winners at the New Jersey Central Regional Science Olympiad Tournament held at Raritan Valley College on Saturday, January 17. Competing...

Around Town

Middlesex County Cultural and Heritage Commission has awarded grants to their 2004 Local Arts Grants recipients including Plainsboro Public Library, $2,"050; and New Jersey Opera Theater, based in Plainsboro,...

Deaths

Thomas G. Austin, 81, of Galloway died January 20. Survivors include a daughter and son-in-law, Gail and Ken Franco; and grandchildren, Kenny, Kristen, and Evan, all of West Windsor....

Footloose

I could sing before I could walk,” says Katie Merriman of West Windsor, a senior at the Peddie School who will play the role of Ethel McCormack in the...

War of the Plants

Imagine a battle between exotic plant species and plants native to the area. What would happen? Who would win? To some, plants battling one another evokes images of Audrey...

Save the Date

Get Ready for ‘Annie’Those impossibly cute red ringlets are coming to High School North later this month with a production of “Annie,” Thursday, February 26, to Sunday, February 29....

Amahl and the Night Visitor

I’ve been singing my entire life,” says Elizabeth Johnston of West Windsor, who plays the role of the mother in Gian Carlo Menotti’s “Amahl and the Night Visitors, on...

A Piano Teacher’s Pride and Joy

Larissa Korkina of West Windsor has coordinated a piano recital to feature her students on Sunday, February 8, at noon, in Bristol Chapel, at Westminster Choir College. The students...

Valentine Workshops

Two workshops — for little cupids and big ones too — will jumpstart your creativity this Valentine’s Day. Blue Tulip in Nassau Park hosts a kids Valentine’s Day workshop,...

Camp Open House

Summer vacation begins in less than five months. Have you finalized (or even begun) your child’s camp plans yet? There are camp fairs and open houses scheduled in the...

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Steinert student creates GoFundMe to replace broken classroom skeleton

Steinert High School senior Juliana Bell started a GoFundMe page to raise money for a new skeleton to give to science teacher Patrick Hearney.