Thursday, February 21, 2019

Plainsboro and West Windsor get recycling grants

It pays to recycle. The state DEP has announced that both towns will be recipients of part of $14.3 million in grants distributed to municipalities this year.

Princeton Arts & Sports Academy to hold open house Feb. 24

The newly created Princeton Arts & Sports Academy will hold an open house on Sunday, Feb. 24 from 2 to 4 p.m.

Plainsboro Fire District to hold annual election on Feb. 16

The Plainsboro Fire District will hold its annual election on Saturday, Feb. 16.

West Windsor considering vape shop ban

West Windsor is considering a new law that would place significant restrictions on the sale of vaping products within the township—including an outright ban on vape shops.

PHOTOS: Plainsboro community celebrates Chinese New Year

The Plainsboro community celebrated the Year of the Pig at the Plainsboro Library's Chinese New Year event Feb. 9 and 10. 

Hope Loves Company to host annual Night of Hope event March 16

Hope Loves Company is hosting a benefit concert Saturday, March 16 at Union Fire Company and Rescue Squad Ballroom in Titusville.

PHOTOS: Pond Road students perform ‘Mary Poppins’

Pond Road Middle School students transformed Robbinsville High School into a fantasy wonderland last weekend when they performed "Mary Poppins: The Broadway Musical."

Hamilton Township honors WWII veteran Matthew Midura

A retired Hamilton Township inspector was recently honored by township employees for his service in World War II. 

Pennington School students win ‘Air and Climate’ Lexus Eco Challenge

A team of seven Pennington students won the “Air and Climate Challenge” category of the Lexus Eco Challenge, a nationwide contest.

Mercer County Police Academy graduates 20th class of officers

Fifty-nine cadets, including two pairs of siblings, who made up the 20th basic class of police officers took part in the Mercer County Police Academy commencement held Feb. 1.

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New Trenton Water Works director: vacancies, bureaucracy hurting utility

When Trenton Mayor Reed Gusciora took office, he assumed with it the burden of fixing Trenton Water Works at the utility’s lowest point. To solve the problem, he turned to Shing-Fu Hsueh.