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Code For Princeton looks to improve community through technology

  Twice a month, an unlikely group of activists get together to brainstorm ways to improve Princeton. But rather than staging demonstrations or distributing pamphlets and petitions, the members of...

Fyre Code summer camp aims to help kids learn to program

A summer camp session starts in June that will introduce rising 4th through 7th grade students to coding — programming the machines and devices on which we have come to depend.

A day in the life of the Princeton Police Department

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A shopping center called Windsor Plaza

As far as West Windsor is concerned, the main thing is that the stores and restaurants provide what the customers want. As only an occasional user, I have mixed opinions.

Open space, board of education focus of local ballot

Five candidates are running for three seats on the Robbinsville Board of Education. The winners receive a three-year term.

Meet the Ewing Board of Education candidates

Three incumbents (Scott Franks, Stephanie Staub and Bruce White) and two challengers (Kenneth Bradley and Channing Conway) are running for three open seats on the Ewing Board of Education.

Windsor Plaza and apartments that aren’t really there

The shopping center in West Windsor that many people still think of as our main one is the one on the west side of Princeton-Hightstown Road at the intersection with Alexander Road in Princeton Junction.

Lawrence Township hopes to boost organic waste collection numbers

There’s a growing grassroots movement afoot in Lawrence Township—in the truest sense of the word.

West Windsor police urge Pokémon Go players to use caution

As the Pokémon Go app continues to grow in popularity, the West Windsor Police Department released a statement Monday morning asking players to use caution.

Princeton University professor Arvind Narayanan on the Do Not Track movement

Princeton University professor Arvind Narayanan is currently working on a tool that will give consumers more information about how their browsing activity is being monitored.

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American Ninja Warrior course opens to challenge Hamilton-area youth

During All Heart Athletic Academy's grand opening, more than 75 children participated in an American Ninja Warrior Competition.