Wednesday, July 8, 2020

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...

Atlantic Realty buys Howard Hughes site for $40 million

The 558-acre former American Cyanamid tract has a new owner. What that means for the future of the property is anyone’s guess.

Developer wants to build a 420-unit affordable housing project in the heart of West Windsor

WWM Properties West LLC is looking to build a 400-plus-unit affordable housing development off Route 571 across from the Southfield Shopping Center.

High School North play depicts events surrounding a school shooting

Students at West Windsor-Plainsboro High School North are performing the play "Bang Bang You’re Dead!" to spread awareness about the factors of gun violence in schools.

Five Plainsboro police officers promoted

The Plainsboro Police Department has made a number of promotions to leadership positions within the past few months—including the man at the top.

South basketball player Anvi Agarwal rebounds from serious injury

Nine months after a pop in her knee changed everything, Anvi Agarwal returned inspirationally to the High School South girls basketball team.

First-time West Windsor author’s book was 10 years in the making

And after decades of hearing people tell her she should write a few of her ideas down, Antoinette Zam listened. Her debut novel, "Scarred by Death," was recently published by Page Press.

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.

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