Thursday, February 21, 2019

‘Persistence’ exhibition proves disabilities don’t define the artist

The exhibition “Persistence,” currently on view at the Plainsboro Library, focuses on artists who create artwork despite various physical and neurological challenges.

Free library at Princeton Junction train station meant to encourage book swapping

A free book swap library was recently built at the Princeton Junction train station. The library can hold between 100 and 120 books.

Judge OKs West Windsor affordable housing settlement

West Windsor’s plan to provide for 1,500 affordable housing credits by 2025 has gotten the stamp of approval from the state Superior Court judge who had oversight of the program.

West Windsor woman raising funds to run World Marathon Challenge

West Windsor resident Keri Mandell is planning to run the World Marathon Challenge, seven marathons on all seven continents in seven days.

Princeton Junction Shell station closed after dispensing bad gas

The Shell gas station at 74 Princeton Hightstown Road was reported to have dispensed fuel to customers that caused many of their cars to stop running and require towing.

Experience living history at the Schenck Farmstead

Kay Reed helped to preserve the Schenck Farmstead, which is decorated and open to the public for the holiday season.

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.

‘YZ’ Zhang wins West Windsor council seat

Yingchao “YZ” Zhang was the victor in the race for a single one-year seat on West Windsor Township Council.

Twins create nonprofit to help spread literacy around the world

Twins Seema and Suraj Korumilli have spent the last five years growing and expanding their nonprofit, Literacy Movement 4 More.

WW-P superintendent explains $114.8M school bond vote on Nov. 6 ballot

West Windsor-Plainsboro Schools Superintendent David Aderhold makes his case for voters to approve a $114.8 million school bond vote on the Nov. 6 ballot.

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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.