Woodstone—a 443-unit luxury apartment complex proposed for construction near MarketFair—was unanimously approved by the West Windsor planning board.
These long ago memories stem from a young girl who experienced that special lifestyle before it disappeared—back when air conditioning didn’t exist and, with the windows wide open, I’d fall asleep to the chirp of crickets every summer night.
A discussion on the hiring of armed Class III police officers to serve WW-P schools dominated West Windsor council’s June 25 meeting.
West Windsor was a very different community when 27-year-old Rabbi Eric Wisnia arrived at Congregation Beth Chaim in 1977.
Arguably, there’s no job at town hall where its more important to have ties to the community than the position of township clerk. In that respect, Gay Huber is the perfect person for the job.
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.
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.