Monday, May 25, 2020

Princeton Junction Fire Department ready to deal with flood emergencies

The Princeton Junction Volunteer Fire Department is now equipped to deal with water-based emergencies.

Plight of West Windsor pup unites neighbors in race against time

Goodhearted people chasing one small dog led to a nine-day saga that involved the West Windsor chief of police, two dog search-and-rescue professionals, numerous hot dogs and an awful lot of close calls.

Plainsboro Police safety program aims to slow down drivers

The Plainsboro Police have instituted a new initiative—Slow Down in Our Town—to get people to drive slower throughout the township.

Residents divided over West Windsor-Plainsboro armed school cops

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 planning board approves 443-unit Woodstone apartment complex

Woodstone—a 443-unit luxury apartment complex proposed for construction near MarketFair—was unanimously approved by the West Windsor planning board.

High School South tennis team repeats as Group III champs

The West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South tennis team was narrowly defeated in the Tournament of Champions final.

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.

Judge: West Windsor responsible for 1,500 units of affordable housing

A state superior court judge has ruled that West Windsor Township is responsible to provide for 1,500 units of affordable housing.

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