Monday, July 15, 2019

West Windsor Council mulls solar array plan

A solar energy back-up system at the West Windsor municipal site is the latest proposal mired in mayor-council disagreement.

Korean market to replace Mrs. Green’s in Windsor Plaza

WooRi Mart, a Korean-owned grocer with a supermarket in Northvale, signed a lease to take over the former Mrs. Greens space at Windsor Plaza.

Plainsboro fire commissioners seek voter approval for air mask purchase

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.

Herts, Ho, Zhong win West Windsor-Plainsboro school election

Two out of three incumbents were reelected this month to the West Windsor-Plainsboro School Board, but the results offered little clarity on the district’s curriculum controversy.

West Windsor memorial pays tribute to veterans by telling their stories

Pietro del Fabro wanted to do something different for latest public work—the American Legion Centennial Memorial. He wanted to create something to celebrate the lives of deceased veterans as individuals.

Pirates girls’ cross country looks to excel at state championship

Going into this year’s Mercer County Championships on Oct. 28, the West Windsor-Plainsboro High South girls’ cross country team was chasing history.

Six West Windsor candidates vying for two open seats in historic WW-P school election

Six candidates are running for two open West Windsor seats on the West Windsor-Plainsboro School Board in the election on Nov. 8.

Proposed new projects would transform Princeton Junction’s ‘downtown’

The stretch of Princeton-Hightstown Road, also known as county Rt. 571, between Wallace Road and Alexander Road, is slowly transitioning lot by lot into to a mixed-use, village-style corridor.

WWP South senior teaches kids to help further their education in science and math

Rhea Khatri has loved the subjects of science, technology, engineering and mathematics since she was a kid. She likes them so much, that she decided that she was going to teach STEM to kids half her age.

Saade looks to fill void left by her sister on WWP South girls’ soccer

Gabby Saade and Tia Saade finally had their chance to play soccer together last season, and the West Windsor sisters made the most of it.

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Risoldi’s Market Cafe in Hamilton to close after 70 years in business

Risoldi’s Market Cafe in Hamilton is officially closing after over 70 years of business. Owner Sam Risoldi, Jr., said the decision comes after increased competition in the area over the last five years.