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West Windsor Arts Center community welcomes addition of new Little Free Library

March 16, 2018 -

The West Windsor Arts Center has joined a world-wide movement with its own new Little Free Library to share books, bring people together and create communities of readers.

Hopewell Valley Spring Community Festival to benefit animal rescue groups

The Northeast Animal Support Alliance is holding its first annual Spring Community Festival on Sunday, March 25 at Rosedale Mills — 101 Route 31 North, Pennington — to raise money and awareness for eight New Jersey-based animal rescue organizations.

‘It could have been us’: Lawrence High students join national walkout for school safety

Students at Lawrence High School organized a walkout on March 14 in solidarity with the National School Walkout, held exactly one month after a 19-year-old gunman killed 17 people at a high school in Parkland, Florida.

Pennington School students join national walkout movement

March 15, 2018 -

The walkout was organized by a large group of students who are energized by the need to stand out and support legislative changes that will contribute to school safety.

High School South grad starts a mail order tea service, Tea Hive

March 14, 2018 -

Rebecca Sgouros is the founder of Tea Hive, a subscription tea service based around the principle that if you say you don’t like tea, “you haven’t tried the good stuff.”

West Windsor, Plainsboro police blotter: Lawrence man arrested on assault charge

Plainsboro Police recently arrested a Lawrence Township man on an aggravated assault charge outside the Princeton Windrows senior housing building.

Suburban Mom: Olympics were a proud moment for Korean Americans

The Olympics in Pyeongchang were a proud moment for me as a Korean American. I loved the way my native country was being portrayed on the international stage.

One artist, many disciplines: the music, sculpture and film of Taji Ra’oof Nahl at MCCC

The Gallery at Mercer County Community College will feature a special performance featuring interdisciplinary artist Taji Ra’oof Nahl on Wednesday, March 21.

Letter: McCarter Theatre dedicated to serving the community

On Saturday, Feb. 3, the popular children’s performer, Dan Zanes brought his new sensory friendly folk opera to McCarter to the delight and enjoyment of our audience. This new production, which premiered in December at the Kennedy Center offered a “relaxed performance” concert to an audience of more than 400 people from our community. This…Read more

Wang: Road repairs need to happen more often

Potholes have spread to almost all streets in West Windsor. It is getting more difficult to drive around town without failing to avoid them. Do you know that roads in this condition can cost a family an average of $300 per car per year to replace damaged and worn suspension parts and tires? In January,…Read more