Monday, February 19, 2018

Mayor Marathe era begins in West Windsor, Bahree chosen to continue serving on council

New Year’s Day this year marked swearing in ceremonies for West Windsor’s first new mayor in 17 years.

West Windsor teen wins gold at World Kung Fu Championships

At the World Kung Fu Championships in China, Alex Ni—one of 3,000 athletes from 50 countries worldwide—won gold medals in Imitation Styles Barehand and Double Broadswords.

Retiring West Windsor Mayor Shing-Fu Hsueh looks back

Long-time West Windsor Mayor Shing-Fu Hsueh is set to retire after serving for almost 25 years as an elected official in the township. For most of those years he was...

WW-P grad’s film ‘Tickling Giants’ shows the rise and fall of ‘Egyptian Jon Stewart’

Sara Taksler didn’t actually realize just how risky it would be to tell the story of Bassem Youssef when she set out to make 'Tickling Giants.'

State amends rules on football co-ops, allowing North and South programs to merge

A New Jersey rule change would allow West Windsor Plainsboro High Schools North and South to play as a co-op in the future.

Plainsboro voters approve $1.5 million firehouse expansion

Voters approved a $1.5 million expansion to the Plainsboro Fire Company firehouse during a special capital meeting held on Nov. 15.

A Homecoming Concerto: Juilliard-trained pianist to play with Bravura Philharmonic

For pianist Emiko Edwards, playing Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto in the Bravura Philharmonic Orchestra Holiday Concert this month will be a homecoming.

Marathe and team score a clean sweep in West Windsor elections

Hemant Marathe and his team of council candidates—incumbent Linda Geevers and Virginia Manzari—swept the West Windsor municipal election on Nov. 7.

West Windsor park pagoda dedicated in memory of Nobel laureate John Nash

A pagoda-style building located in the heart of Princeton Junction was recently dedicated to one of the town's most famous residents, John Nash.

Abundant Grace Dinner Church provides safe space for LGBTQ Christians

As a queer woman in touch with her faith, Mads Benishek wanted to create a space where LGBTQ could get in touch with their spirituality without judgment.

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State, local officials go to war with embattled Trenton Water Works

The water flowing out of the taps of Trenton Water Works’ customers is safe to drink. But, with repeated operational issues eroding trust in the quality of water, scores of local and state officials are working to ensure it stays that way.