Monday, December 10, 2018

Biotech company Erytech comes to West Windsor

If French biotech company Erytech is right about Erycaps technology, it could lead to a cure for cancer. And the medicine will be made in an unassuming office in West Windsor.

A mARTian weekend celebrates ‘War of the Worlds’ 80th anniversary

A celebration of the 80th anniversary of the 1938 War of the Worlds broadcast — The mARTian Weekend+ event — is coming to our area this month.

Three seats up for grabs on WW-P board of education

Voters in Plainsboro and West Windsor will have their choice of candidates for the West Windsor-Plainsboro Board of Education on Tuesday, Nov. 6.

West Windsor Council to vote on affordable housing agreement

This Wednesday, the West Windsor Council will vote on an affordable housing agreement that would settle a lawsuit brought by the Fair Share Housing Center of Cherry Hill.

Project Freedom breaking ground on Freedom Village at West Windsor this month

Project Freedom will hold a groundbreaking ceremony Oct. 17 for Freedom Village at West Windsor, a 72 unit affordable and accessible rental community.

West Windsor filmmaker explores ‘good men’ and rape on college campus

West Windsor native Charles de Augustin's film "Good Men" explores how being a silent "good guy" isn't going far enough to stop sexual assault on college campuses.

Art Downs recognized for his 50 years of service with WW-P

For Art Downs, his decades of work in the West Windsor-Plainsboro School District were much more than just a job.

West Windsor swimmer wins multiple medals at national Special Olympics

West Windsor resident Margo Lee won three gold medals and a bronze at the Special Olympics USA Games in Seattle this summer.

Princeton Junction Fire Department ready to deal with flood emergencies

The Princeton Junction Volunteer Fire Department is now equipped to deal with water-based emergencies.

New West Windsor clerk Gay Huber has long history of service

Arguably, there’s no job at town hall where its more important to have ties to the community than the position of township clerk. In that respect, Gay Huber is the perfect person for the job.

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Robbinsville Township condemns Miry Run Country Club

Robbinsville Township last night filed paperwork in New Jersey Superior Court to seize ownership of nearly 160 acres of Miry Run Country Club.