A local landmark made famous by a 1930s version of “fake news,” the mill house at Grovers Mill has assumed various commercial identities since its original construction in the late 18th century.
To mark his 25th consecutive year on the ride this year, Steve Czelusniak has set a goal of raising $25,000 this year for the charity.
Chrissy DiCindio, a 2017 graduate of West Windsor-Plainsboro High North, is back on the court after recovering from a herniated disc.
Council member Peter Mendonez switched sides during the township’s annual reorganization meeting on Jan. 3, breaking with former political allies Linda Geevers and Hemant Marathe.
The board of commissioners of Plainsboro Fire District No. 1 will seek voter approval to replace firefighters' self-contained breathing apparatus during a special capital vote on Saturday, Dec. 3.
Unable to reach a settlement, five Mercer County towns are involved in a trial that could result in the town being required to provide for almost 2,000 units of affordable housing by through 2025.
A free book swap library was recently built at the Princeton Junction train station. The library can hold between 100 and 120 books.
West Windsor resident Margo Lee won three gold medals and a bronze at the Special Olympics USA Games in Seattle this summer.
While many New Jersey towns are struggling to determine the amount of affordable housing they need to provide, Plainsboro has taken the next step towards getting affordable units actually built.
WWM Properties West LLC is looking to build a 400-plus-unit affordable housing development off Route 571 across from the Southfield Shopping Center.