Thursday, July 19, 2018

Shari Nichols juggles hats as a mom and a writer

Paranormal romance author Shari Nichols recently released her second book, “Haunted,” and will be conducting a book signing on Saturday, June 23.

West Windsor-Plainsboro school board considers armed special officers in schools

The West Windsor-Plainsboro Board of Education is considering the hiring of armed former police officers to help bolster security in district schools.

Dormant Princeton Junction transit village revived

An agreement with a new developer has breathed life into the dormant transit village project at the Princeton Junction train station.

PHOTOS: West Windsor, Plainsboro host community celebrations

Plainsboro celebrated the incorporation of the township 99 years ago at its annual Founders Day at the municipal complex on May 6, 2018. West Windsor Township also celebrated its second annual Community Day on May 12, 2018 at Community Park.

West Windsor Arts Council project would locate ‘War of the Worlds’ artwork around town

It’s been 80 years since West Windsor, then a sleepy farm town, found itself at the center of a fictional Martian invasion. To commemorate, the West Windsor Arts Center is gearing up to launch a new public arts project.

New group formed to fill void left by defunct American Boychoir School

Fred Meads and one of the three associate directors of the Princeton Girlchoir swung into action and resuscitated the former boys’ group as the Princeton Boychoir.

Former HS South baseball standout Ben Ruta excels with the Trenton Thunder

Ben Ruta, a West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South graduate, is playing for the Trenton Thunder. The assignment brings him back minutes away from where he grew up dreaming of playing for the Yankees.

West Windsor Community Farmers Market gears up for its 15th season

The West Windsor Community Farmers Marke kicks off its 15th season on May 5 after having spent the winter months inside the Windsor Athletic Club.

The butterfly whisperer: 11-year-old lepidopterist is subject of new documentary

A townhome in West Windsor might seem an unlikely haven for the threatened monarch butterfly. But 11-year-old resident Aiden Wang has created a safe place for these creatures to nest, or rest on what might be a 3,000-mile journey from Canada to Mexico.

New wave of residential development may alter West Windsor master plan

The West Windsor Planning Board is putting the finishing touches on a report that is expected to call for major revisions to the township’s master plan, according to township officials who are in the process of drafting the document.

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Acme set to close in Lawrence Shopping Center

The Lawrence Shopping Center will lose a major tenant next month when the Acme grocery store closes its doors in late August.