The Plainsboro Library’s Artists’ Group is holding its annual exhibit, “Art & Music,” with a wide variety of mediums. The show runs through Aug. 1.
West Windsor Police Officer Kyle LaForge gets to live out his dream each day. A native of West Windsor, LaForge knew at a young age he wanted to be a police officer.
A Ewing Township woman was killed after being thrown from her motorcycle and then struck by a car on Route 1 in West Windsor on June 29.
Lianna Huang, a 2018 graduate of High School South, was chosen as the 2018 recipient of the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Scholarship.
A discussion on the hiring of armed Class III police officers to serve WW-P schools dominated West Windsor council’s June 25 meeting.
I read the article on the 443-unit Woodstone apartment complex in the June 28 issue of The News, and I was intrigued. I believe that the decision on building such an immense number of housing units should be revised and that a shopping complex should be considered. A shopping complex would provide a place for…Read more
We appreciated reading the article about the farming history of the Roszel family in Dutch Neck (The News, June 28, 2018). When we moved to Dutch Neck, Malcolm Roszel was our neighbor. He was polite, friendly and rather civic-minded, with an air of distinction about him. We eventually learned he had been one of the…Read more
I am writing in response to your article in the June 28, 2018 Police Blotter regarding West Windsor Council president being charged in relation to a hit and run accident in McCaffrey’s parking lot in the Southfield Shopping Center. As an elected official for these many years, Ms. Miller should be held to a higher…Read more
I have attended two council meetings and two Board of Education meetings regarding Class III police officers. So far, I have not heard a compelling argument about why we need police officers in the schools. The administration has been spreading fear monger excuses stating “the choices are, hiring this type of police officers or doing…Read more
Picture this—your school children being wooed by this cool-looking USB-type device with packaging that’s colorful and attractive and would appeal to anyone, especially young people. The device has a cartridge that contains a candy-flavored aerosol that has as much nicotine as a full pack of cigarettes, except the children may not know it. The child…Read more