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Princeton Theological Seminary in need of redevelopment? Yes, and it could be win-win

Proponents of “Non-Condemnation Area in Need of Redevelopment” say statutes provide welcome alternative to a normally cumbersome zoning process

Structural problems force Alexander Road bridge closure

Repairs expected to last at least 10 days; rush hour impact significant

West Windsor Council president charged with hit and run in fender-bender

West Windsor Council president Alison Miller was charged with hit and run by township police in association with an accident in the lot at McCaffrey’s.

Princeton University gearing up to develop Lake Campus in West Windsor

Plan is for expanded graduate housing, an "innovation hub," open space and athletic areas, and additional parking

Mercer County seeks input on new ‘water sports’ park

The Mercer County Park Commission’s purchase of a small plot of land on Hughes Drive in Hamilton in 2017 opened up a world of possibilities for the commission and—by extension—county residents.

Plainsboro Planning Board approves 100-unit affordable housing project

While many New Jersey towns are struggling to determine the amount of affordable housing they need to provide, Plainsboro has taken the next step towards getting affordable units actually built.

Maria Tello the go-to scorer for West Windsor-Plainsboro North girls’ lacrosse

Tello was the Knight girls’ leading scorer last year and finished with a career-high 50 goals in 2018

WW-P High School North team wins PClassic computer competition

Freshman programming team finished in 1st place in the Novice Division in this year’s Philadelphia Classic.

Chromebook Overuse Is Bad for Students

Starting from 2014 every fifth and sixth grader received a Chromebook. It is part of the 1:1 learning initiative — one kid in front of one computer. In the...

New buildings, demolition and other changes coming to Nassau Park

The Nassau Park Shopping Center looks to be getting a bit of a face lift—some demolition, some new construction and a slight adjustment of one of the shopping center’s roads.

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