EAST WINDSOR: Smashburger opens newest location
EAST WINDSOR ? Smashburger opened its 22nd restaurant in the township last week.
WEST WINDSOR: Local youth makes it to Ivy League despite dyslexia
WEST WINDSOR ? According to the National Center for Learning Disabilities, only 10 percent of students with a learning disability are enrolled in a four-year college within two years of leaving high school, compared to 28 percent of the general population.
Hit the brakes
Blair Windsor has tested his legs against some of the biggest names in Australian cycling and ridden enough kilometres to make your legs ache just thinking about it, but the Bathurst talent has contested his last big race.
Windsor Comic Con draws hundreds in animated costumes
Hundreds of people dressed up as their favourite superheros, villains, monsters ,cartoon and video game characters made their way to the St. Clair Centre for the Arts to take part in Windsor's third Christmas Comic Convention Sunday.
WEST WINDSOR: Pulimood, Bason take jump
Nikhil Pulimood and Tim Bason both made huge jumps to lead the West Windsor-Plainsboro High South boys cross country team to sixth at the Meet of Champions on Saturday at Holmdel Park.
EAST WINDSOR: An evening with Anne Frank's stepsister
EAST WINDSOR ? Guests spent an evening listening to Holocaust survivor and educator Eva Schloss, stepsister to Anne Frank, as she recounted her concentration camp experience and time with her famous relative.
WEST WINDSOR: Former councilman to run for Legislature
WEST WINDSOR ? Resident Kamal Khanna has tossed his hat in the ring for a seat on the Legislature.
EAST WINDSOR: Kids help local fire department raise funds
EAST WINDSOR ? A group of kids raised money for the local fire department this past Memorial Day and decided to donate their earnings.
WEST WINDSOR: Council wonât seek action on Hughes property
WEST WINDSOR ? The Township Council has decided against asking the Planning Board to investigate whether the Howard Hughes property can be designated a redevelopment area.
Mommy Minute: Moneta Moments bakery owners surprise strangers with treats
WINDSOR ? Throughout December, the owners of Moneta Moments, an allergen-friendly bakery in Windsor, take-on a merry mission. ?We go to a specific area, whether it?s a doctor?s office or grocery store, and you look at somebody and you get that sense that they could use a little lift,? explains Diane Smith, who works with [?]