Monday, March 30, 2020

Two people test positive for COVID-19 in Plainsboro Township

Two cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Plainsboro Township.

Area supermarkets making accommodations for ‘at-risk’ shoppers

A number of area grocery stores have altered their hours to accommodate those most vulnerable to COVID-19 infection

Restaurant round-up: who’s got take-out, who’s got delivery, who’s got booze and more

The latest information we have gathered on area restaurants, including contact info, pick-up and delivery options, specials, and more

The latest on coronavirus in Mercer County

Municipalities and facilities in the Mercer County region have made a number of adjustments following the COVID-19 outbreak.

Drive-thru coronavirus testing now available in Ewing and West Windsor

An urgent care company has set up drive-thru testing for the coronavirus at its locations in West Windsor and Ewing townships.

Atlantic Realty says no houses on Howard Hughes tract

Atlantic Realty has no plans to build houses on the Howard Hughes tract. That’s what the developer, who purchased 658-acre property last year, is telling West Windsor Township officials. Atlantic purchased...

Q&A: Mayor Hemant Marathe on West Windsor Township in 2020

West Windsor Mayor Hemant Marathe sat down with the WWP News to talk about issues facing the township in the upcoming year.

West Windsor Police Department’s drone unit flies high

The West Windsor Police Department has seen a number of ways that its drone unit has helped the town and surrounding communities.

New West Windsor council president looks forward to 2020

Virginia Manzari was unanimously voted to be the West Windsor Council president on Jan. 2.

Mercer County Park Commission finalizes Dam Site 21 master plan

After a year-long planning process, the Mercer County Park Commission is set to announce its plan to restore the park’s natural areas and to create new passive recreation opportunities for the public.

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Mercer County area grocery store update: hours, delivery, seniors, more

A number of area grocery stores have altered their hours and services due to safety precautions necessitated by the spread of COVID-19