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New BBQ joint set for 2019 opening in West Windsor plaza

October 17, 2019 -

Highly rated More Than Q out of Lambertville set to move in next to Chipotle, Trader Joe’s

Ewing police officer indicted in death of infant daughter

October 11, 2019 -

Indicted on charges of first degree murder; wife also indicted on second-degree manslaughter charges

Attempted sex assault being investigated in Lawrence Township (updated)

October 10, 2019 -

The assault occurred at about 11:30 p.m. in the 200 block of Bakers Basin Road in Lawrence Township.

Letter: Shin-Yi Lin—WW must guard against plastic overuse

I was heartened to read the letters in the last issue speaking to the need for West Windsor to directly address the problem of single-use plastics.

Nov. 6 tasting event benefits MCCC student scholarships

October 9, 2019 -

Local restaurants and graduates of college culinary program will staff the annual event

Team Campus announces ‘Live, Work, Play’ expansion in Bordentown

Senior apartments planned following township approval for development of 84 units

Your 2019 Guide to Elections in Mercer County

October 8, 2019 -

Whether you’re voting by mail (which means you need to get those ballots sent in, stat) or planning to head to the polling station on Tuesday, Nov. 5, you’re probably starting to think about how you will vote come this Election Day. And, let’s face it, many of us really have little idea who the…Read more

Meet the 2019 Princeton school board candidates

Four candidates are competing for three spots on the Princeton Board of Education in the November 5 election. Incumbents Debbie Bronfeld and Gregory Stankiewicz will each seek a second term, while former board member Dafna Kendal and newcomer Susan Kanter hope to fill the seat being vacated by Bill Hare, who did not seek re-election.…Read more

Forgotten History Podcast, Episode 8: Horror at the State House

Listen to our podcast to learn about the surprising way the author of “The Great Gatsby” may have changed football forever

Katie Bohall’s work ethic leads Robbinsville High School field hockey

For Katie Bohall, being a good field hockey player starts with the equipment.