The Lawrence Township Board of Education unanimously appointed Ross Kasun as Superintendent of the Lawrence Township Public Schools.
The West Windsor Arts Council is accepting artwork for two upcoming events, the Off the Wall Art Show and a children's Food Art Competition.
West Windsor Police Chief Robert Garofalo is asking residents to be extra vigilant in response to an increase to residential and auto burglaries in the township.
The College of New Jersey and Public Service Electric and Gas Company, recently conducted a gas safety exercise with Ewing Township police, fire and emergency medical services.
The Ewing Art Commission and Art Has No Boundaries will feature work by multi-medium artist Rachel Kochis at Ewing Town Hall through the end of August.
Princeton Pike will be closed overnight for one week starting Wednesday, Aug. 8, according to a notice sent out by Lawrence Township.
Ewing police are asking for the public's assistance to help identity two suspects who allegedly shoplifted from a Walgreens on Olden Avenue.
A brown tabby cat named Max was removed from its owner’s property located near the intersection of Clarksville Road and North Mill Road in West Windsor.
Mercer County is home to two of the five best school districts in the State of New Jersey, according to a Niche ranking.
Diamonds of Pennington, a restaurant specializing in Italian cuisine, has closed its Route 31 location.