Thursday, April 25, 2019

Table Tennis

David Zhuang of West Windsor recently visited Village Grande’s table tennis club for a talk. Zhuang, a member of the U.S. Olympic Table Tennis Team in 2008, 2000, and...

Plainsboro Receives Hospital Plans

The University Medical Center at Princeton has sent the concept plans for its proposed Plainsboro facility to the township. The first public presentation will be given by the UMC...

Plainsboro Adopts $24 Million Budget

The Plainsboro Township Committee has adopted its $24 million budget for 2011.The budget, adopted on April 26, includes the restoration of three police officer positions but carries less than...

Third Graders Get Taste of Astronomy

Third-graders in the West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional Schools are learning about astronomy in an innovative, hands-on way this school year. Thanks to a $1,600 grant from the West Windsor-Plainsboro Education...

Mary Poppins sing along set for Kelsey Theatre

Mary Poppins is set to visit Kelsey Theatre for a ‘Jolly Holiday’ in August.Theater to Go is set to present an interactive screening of the 1964 Disney film Mary...

A Preliminary Look at the School Budget

A combination of declining tax relief and $4.4 million in estimated in spending increases is going to complicate the upcoming 2011-'12 budget process for WW-P school officials, who gave...

Science Olympiad Trips to Orlando (and Disney?)

At the school board’s next meeting on Tuesday, April 17, the curriculum committee will recommend the approval of overnight field trips for students from High School South and Community...

Sports Briefs and Scores

Sports ScoresFootballNorth (6-4): A loss to Middletown South, 43-6, on November 13, in the first round of the Central Jersey Group III playoffs.A win against Robbinsville, 14-7, on November...

WW Looks To Lift Liquor License Limits

Another liquor license has become available to West Windsor based on population, and the possibility of yielding more revenue for the township also has West Windsor officials looking to...

Equestrian News

Six area students competed in the 2014 United States Pony Club (USPC) national championships held in Lexington, Kentucky, in July. Riders at the five-day event began their day at...

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Yaede touches on entertainment district, township controversies in State of Hamilton address

Four years ago, Hamilton Mayor Kelly Yaede “had a vision” for the township’s future. Now it could become a reality, Yaede said in her final State of Hamilton address before she faces re-election.