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Township Police Introduce Program to Reacquaint with Community

By Brian O’Halloran

In an effort to “bridge the gap” between the police and the youth of the community, the Woodbridge Township Police Department has rolled out a program to address the myths and misconceptions seen throughout social media. 762 more words

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Students, Staff Raise Money for Childhood Cancer Research

By Sarah Kulick

The gym floor at Woodbridge High School was covered with hair on March 15th as students and staff forsook their locks to raise awareness and funds for childhood cancer research. 372 more words

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Mulligan Breaks School’s All-Time Point Record

by Julia Golden

Senior Bobby Mulligan went into the 2015 hockey season with one goal in mind: to break the all-time assist and the all-time point records, both of which were previously set by Eddie Parfitt in his final season two years ago. 306 more words

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McLaughlin Shines Bright for Barrons’ Wrestling Team

by Alex LaGrippo

Sophomore Bryan McLaughlin has had a tremendous year for the WHS wrestling team, finishing a storybook season with a unbelievable record of 43 wins against three losses. 308 more words

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Keasbey Resident Goes to Mars

by Jatzia Gilzean-Colon

Students and staff alike flocked to the media center after school on Friday, February 27th for an open interview with Cassandra Morphy, a township resident looking to permanently relocate to the surface of Mars. 410 more words

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Mr. Lottmann Finishes First Semester at WHS

by Diane Balint

The students and staff welcomed Mr. Lottmann this past September, and he has now successfully completed nearly three marking periods of his first year as principal of Woodbridge High School. 175 more words

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“Kicking” Off A Great Year

by Katie Forbes

The Lady Barron’s Varsity Soccer team had their best year in recent memory, going 12-7-3 under new head coach, Coach Joraskie.

This year’s team included seven freshman, all of whom impressed the upperclassmen. 269 more words

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