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East Windsor Township again will participate in National Night Out, this year from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 2, at the East Windsor Police Athletic League Complex at 30 Airport Road.

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Shaun Mayer shared a story at the April 22 memorial service about how his father, the late Dr. Steven J. Mayer, made sure to tell him each day before departing for school to “make someone’s day today.”

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LAWRENCE — Flanked by state Sen. Stephen Sweeney and Mayor David Maffei, Mercer County Executive Brian Hughes launched a new round of matching grants for the popular “Mercer at Play” program Friday afternoon.

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UNION, N.J. – Wolde A. Woubneh, Ed.D., of East Windsor, professor for Kean University’s School of Mathematics, received Kean’s Presidential Excellence Award for Distinguished Service by Faculty.

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Shabbat on the Lake is Friday, July 29, at 6 p.m. The Rabbi and Cantor take services on the road to the gazebo in Robbinsville Town Center on Lake Drive. Make sure to bring your own chairs or blanket. 

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The oath of office was administered to new Police Officer Nicholas Enea, who fills a police vacancy, at the July 5 East Windsor Township Council meeting by Mayor Janice S. Mironov.  Officer Enea, a lifelong resident of East Windsor Township who attended the East Windsor Regional School Distr…

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Bijita Mistry of East Windsor was named to the Dean’s List for Spring 2016 at Georgia State University. To be eligible for the Dean’s List, degree-seeking students with a minimum Georgia State cumulative GPA of 2.00 must earn a 3.50 GPA for the semester and complete at least nine semester ho…

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The Hightstown Police Department initiated the following police reports from July 5 though July 10. 

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Mon., July 25 

Bronx native Yo Vinny and his boys are going to be in East Windsor this weekend.

HIGHTSTOWN – They’re not the Beatles, or Led Zeppelin, of Bon Jovi or Bruce Springsteen. But that didn't deter students from rocking downtown Hightstown during local Summer Jam Showcase.

Hightstown Borough Police Department officers were in the right place at right time July 10 – not once, but twice.

Fairleigh Dickinson University conferred more than 3,000 degrees on graduates in commencement exercises May 17, 2016, at MetLife Stadium.

The Windsor-Hights Herald and Cranbury Press are seeking freelance writers to cover local news in the respective communities of East Windsor, Hightstown and Cranbury.

Mon., July 18 

Sometimes, change throws people a curveball.

For a few hours, the green fields at Etra Lake Park were transformed into a sea of red, white, and blue as residents from East Windsor and neighboring towns came out to celebrate our nation’s independence.

Mercer County has begun road improvement to Etra Road between South Main Street in Hightstown and Milford Road in East Windsor.

Kelly’s Heroes has presented two scholarships to students who are pursuing careers in healthcare: Luke Schlaifer of Hightstown, Hightstown High School, and Brittany Konen of Middletown Township, PA., Notre Dame High School.

Sun., July 10 

The East Windsor Township Police Department initiated the following police reports through Wednesday, June 29, 2016. 

An undisclosed teen motorist allegedly was on her cell phone during the hit-and-run accident that killed Robbinsville Superintendent of Schools Steven J. Mayer in April, the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office said Thursday in announcing criminal charges against her.

The 4th annual Latino Festival of Hightstown/East Windsor will be held from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, July 30, at the Rocky Brook Park in Hightstown.

East Windsor Township will be holding a document shedding recycling day from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, July 13, at the East Windsor Township Senior Center, 40 Lanning Boulevard.

East Windsor Township recently issued a proclamation recognizing Alcohol Awareness Month to kick off the township’s “We Check for 21” initiative aimed at deterring underage drinking.

Forty-six rising high school seniors from Mercer County, including five from East Windsor, were among the 986 students from more than 325 New Jersey municipalities attending the 71st session of American Legion Jersey Boys State, held at Rider University from June 19 to 24.

Three East Windsor firefighters from Company 2, Station 46, are heading for eight weeks of intense training at the Middlesex County Fire Training Academy in Sayreville. From left to right are Josh Pohl, Dylan Riehl and John Orellana. All three will undergo hands-on training in all aspects of…

Jessica Smedley, the supervisor of counseling at East Windsor Regional School District, was hired Monday as the new director of guidance in a revamped administrative structure for Hillsborough schools.

AAA recently made a $2,500 donation to Animal Friends for Education and Welfare of Hightstown. The donation was initiated by Gene Castiglioni, AAA vice president of sales, who adopted a Staffordshire Terrier named Butch from AFEW three years ago. The donation will be used for various items b…

The following students have been named to the Dean’s List at The College of New Jersey for the spring 2016 semester. To achieve this honor, a student must carry 12 or more credits that semester and earn a 3.5 (or above) grade point average:

Beverly G. Crane, passed away peacefully on 11 July 2016, a month away from her 90 birthday.… Read more

Julia “Judy” Kugelman Miller, a resident of Princeton, New Jersey since 1963, passed away in… Read more

Virginia Puglin Stults passed on July, 3 2016, born Read more

Dr. David H. Goodman died on Thursday, July 14, 2016. Prior to that, Dr. G, Dad, Dave, and P… Read more

Elaine Joel Schuman died July 12, 2016 at the Stonebridge Montgomery skilled nursing facilit… Read more

Shirley Rosser, 92, a long-time resident of Hopewell Township, New Jersey, passed away on Ju… Read more

Born in Chernigov, Ukraine on 23 November 1922 to Evsey and Miriam Pantchechnikoff, Jacques … Read more

After playing from behind the entire game, as they have in many past games, the East Windsor Blue Demons did it one more time.

The Storm won the final game of the spring season defeating Lakehurst 4-2 ending tied for second place in the Premier flight.

The players on the Match Fit Academy U17 boys soccer team have stayed together and won together a group.

Blue Dragons remain undefeated

The Sand Gnats started off the first inning scoring five unearned runs, but the Storm answered with RBI singles by Marq Buisson and Curtis McCleish to tie it up and never looked back.

Blue Dragons roll to win 

Hightstown High School’s Matthew VanWhy has committed to wrestle at York College next year.  Matt has been a three-year varsity athlete for the Hightstown wrestling team and has committed to wrestle for the Spartans next year.  Pictured with Matt are mother Kate VanWhy, father Glenn VanWhy, …

Hightstown High School’s Kessly Felizor has signed a national letter of intent to play basketball at the University of New Haven.  Kessly was a three-year starter for the Hightstown basketball team and has accepted a scholarship offer to play for the Chargers next year.  Pictured with Kessly…

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Lisa Shetler is a huge Beatles fan. She saw Elvis in concert a couple of times and Tom Jones live a half dozen times. She’s seen The Moody Blues, Pat Benatar and Neil Sedaka and she’s liked them all.

Government and business leaders will give overviews on the state of the economy at the 11th annual Mercer County Economic & Technology Summit on Tuesday, March 8.

WEST WINDSOR -- Woodmont Properties, a commercial and residential developer, has announced the implementation of a $10 million renovation for 400 Alexander Park.

Jean Robinson of Volition Wellness Solutions was elected president of the Montgomery Business Association on Jan. 13 at its annual election of board officials.

WEST WINDSOR — Creative Marketing Alliance (CMA), a full-service marketing firm located in Princeton Junction, has been recognized as the Outstanding Small Business of the Year by the MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce.

Fourteen women entrepreneurs from this area were honored by the Hopewell Valley Community Bank (HVCBank) on Dec. 3, in recognition of National Women in Business Month. The event was held at Mrs. G’s in Lawrence.

HAMILTON - More than 150 leaders of non-profits from throughout South Jersey learned how to become better leaders and improve the culture within their organizations to create happier, more fulfilled employees at the Second Annual Southern New Jersey Not-For-Profit Conference on Oct. 28.

Five business leaders were recognized last night for their contributions to the Princeton area business world at the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Business Leadership Awards Gala at the Tournament Players Club Jasna Polana on Wednesday, Dec. 2.

LAWRENCE — Demolition began Nov. 30 at Terhune Orchards to make room for a new 3,500-square-foot building that will house a larger production facility for Terhune Orchards Winery. Ground should be broken for the project soon.

PRINCETON JUNCTION -- Locally owned YogaSoul has announced its expansion in its effort to make yoga accessible to everyone by providing a welcoming space for connection and community.

Adnan Shamsi, a representative of MassMutual Metro NY, a general agency of Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. (MassMutual), will host a seminar on “Retirement Success & Signs of a Good Decision” at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 3, at TigerLabs, 252 Nassau Street, Princeton.

Flemington Subaru, member of the Flemington Car and Truck Country family of dealerships, has announced it is participating in the 2015 Subaru Share the Love Campaign selecting the Hunterdon Healthcare Foundation (HHF) as its “hometown charity.” HHF is the fundraising organization for Hunterd…

Hazen Medical Spa in Princeton held its grand opening Oct. 8 and donated all the proceeds from the event to Womanspace. The event, which featured demonstrations by owner and operator Dr. Jill Hazen, tours of the medical spa and refreshments, raised $2,000 for Womanspace. Attendees paid $25 f…

Board-certified dermatologists, Dr. Jennifer Rajan and Dr. Lusia Yi announce the opening of their new dermatology practice, Alliance Dermatology Associates, in Lawrenceville. Alliance Dermatology Associates will specialize in medical and cosmetic dermatology for the skin, hair and body.

Monday Morning Flowers and Balloon Co. Will be hitting the streets of downtown Princeton on Wednesday, Oct. 7, handing out hundreds of bouquets to residents to help brighten their week, as part of the 'Petal It Forward' program, in partnership with the Society of American Florists (SAF). 'Pe…

Hamilton Jewelers will donate 10 percent of all ecommerce sales for the month of October to the YWCA Princeton’s Breast Cancer Resource Center (BCRC). All sales made through www.hamiltonjewelers.com will be applied towards the contribution.

 After a successful inaugural year, The Mercadien Foundation, in collaboration with several community partners, moves the Money$peak competition for Mercer County students into its second year. It will be available in area high schools and youth organizations countywide this fall and spring.

HOPEWELL -- Tobias Design, specializing in fine cabinetry designs for kitchens and baths, has been awarded the Influencer badge and the Recommended badge by Houzz, the leading platform for home remodeling and design. This is the second year that Tobias Design has been recognized by Houzz; pr…

The two leaders of the firm JZA+D have been honored as Entrepreneurs of the Year by a regional economic group.

The Princeton Regional Convention and Visitors Bureau and Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce will host its first annual Toast to Tourism Awards, scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 15, from 8 to 10 a.m. at Grounds for Sculpture. The ceremony will include an introduction from Lt. Governor Kim Gu…

Creative Marketing Alliance (CMA), a full-service public relations and marketing firm based in Princeton Junction, welcomed several local interns this summer.

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