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WEST WINDSOR & PLAINSBORO
Better Than the Movie: Into the Woods at Kelsey Theatre Several Plainsboro and West Windsor residents star in an adaptation of Into the Woods, which first ran on Broadway in 1987. Shows will run on the weekends, January 23 through February 1, at Kelsey Theatre, Mercer Community College.
LATEST NEWS FROM WW-P
Schools: At the first school board meeting of the year, Anthony Fleres was reelected board president and Michele Kaish was elected vice president. Yingchao (YZ) Zhang and Dana Krug, from West Windsor; and Rachel Juliana and Isaac Chang, who represent Plainsboro were sworn in.
West Windsor: Much discord was evident at the first town Council meeting of 2015 as the same leadership returns intact, with several big decisions looming. On a positive note, the West Windsor Police Department has arrested a suspect in the 9/11 memorial vandalism.
Plainsboro: The more things change the more they stay the same in Plainsboro. At the township reorganization meeting Peter Cantu began his 41st year on the committee and was nominated mayor for the 35th year.
The High School North fencing team is undefeated so far this season. Leading the girls'team are sabre fencers Katie Khaw and Celine Demorre. Each girl has a 20-0 record. On the boys' squad Amit Sarma and William Zhang are 10-1 and 9-0 for the epee team. On foil, Dylan Pyne is 13-0 and Taiway Kyon is 14-0.
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