Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Nine Apply For Plainsboro Board Seat

The West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional School District will interview nine residents who have expressed an interest in being appointed to fill part of the unexpired term of the late Plainsboro...

Grover Farm: Can It Be Saved?

On Saturday, July 14, a meeting and structural tour of the Grover house was conducted. Mayor Hsueh said township officials including Director of Community Development Pat Ward and Director...

Bukosky takes 2nd in Women’s Sunfish Championship

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Town Hall Meeting

Mayor Shing-Fu Hsueh will hold another town hall meeting on Thursday, August 20, beginning at 2 p.m. in council room A at the municipal building, to discuss current township...

‘The Secret Garden’, ‘The Jungle Book’ set for Open Air Theatre

Washington Crossing Open Air Theatre is set to present performances of The Secret Garden and The Jungle Book.The performances are scheduled to take place at Washington Crossing State Park,...

Military

Harrison Ditzion, High School South, Class of 2005, was promoted to Lance Corporal in the Marines. He is attending Music School in Virginia. (The News, January 6).

Union Raises on Agenda for Sept. 9

An ordinance that would increase the salaries of unionized employees working in Plainsboro’s Department of Public Works and for the township’s emergency dispatchers is up for a public hearing...

WW Council Candidates Stage Debate

If you're used to national political debates with candidates exchanging rapid-fire verbal attacks interspersed with drilling questions from commentators, the West Windsor Council debate on October 24 was, in...

Fleres, Kaish to Lead School Board in 2015

The first WW-P Board of Education meeting of 2015 drew a huge crowd, as family members and friends braved the cold and the snow on January 6 to support...

North Plans Music Trip to Germany

Preliminary plans have been set for 180 music students at High School North to travel to Germany next November to learn and perform at famed European theaters and opera...