The Howard Hughes Corporation made its case, but anxiety is still running high among West Windsor residents who fear its plan will have a number of adverse impacts on the town.
Brie Alfano and Mike Ehret are raising Fielding for Canine Companions for Independence, an organization that provides assistance dogs to children and adults with disabilities.
Shoe repairman may be one of the many professions that have fallen by the wayside over the years, but one look around Agabiti’s Pennington Cobbler workshop on Main Street suggests that the vocation is alive and well.
The Princeton Farmers Market will begin its summer season on Hinds Plaza on Thursday, May 18, with a new manager overseeing operations.
About six weeks after Luca was born, the Palmisanos found out that their baby was suffering from a fatal lung disease called Alveolar Capillary Dysplasia—one that often kills within days of birth.
Although she’s created an award-winning mobile app, Zoe Kurdakul is nervous about speaking this summer at the Zoho Creator’s 4th annual user conference in Pleasanton, California.
Lawrence High School’s unified track and field team allows special needs students to compete alongside their varsity peers.
Trenton plays host to competing pork roll festivals on Saturday, May 27.
West Windsor was a very different community when 27-year-old Rabbi Eric Wisnia arrived at Congregation Beth Chaim in 1977.
Steinert High School senior Juliana Bell started a GoFundMe page to raise money for a new skeleton to give to science teacher Patrick Hearney.