Tuesday, August 20, 2019

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.

MCCC hosts area’s best-kept dining secret, Viking Café

One of the best-kept dining secrets in central New Jersey can be found on Monday nights in room ES111 of the Engineering Systems Building at Mercer County Community College.

High School North runner Emma Faivre making the most of her senior year

High School North senior Emma Faivre was Most Valuable Player of the indoor track and field Mercer County Championships.

New Jersey Transit delays Dinky service restoration until at least spring

Dinky rail service was slated to be restored in January, but now NJT has pushed it back until sometime in the second quarter of this year

West Windsor considering vape shop ban

West Windsor is considering a new law that would place significant restrictions on the sale of vaping products within the township—including an outright ban on vape shops.

West Windsor superfan organizing performance by acclaimed violinist

Yun Duan has taken it upon herself to promote violinist Xiaofu Zhou, who had been doing everything himself, out of pocket.

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.

‘Persistence’ exhibition proves disabilities don’t define the artist

The exhibition “Persistence,” currently on view at the Plainsboro Library, focuses on artists who create artwork despite various physical and neurological challenges.

Free library at Princeton Junction train station meant to encourage book swapping

A free book swap library was recently built at the Princeton Junction train station. The library can hold between 100 and 120 books.

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Grocer Lidl announces plans to open in Lawrence Shopping Center

Less than a year after Lawrence Shopping Center lost the tenant of its supermarket anchor, a new grocer has confirmed it will be filling the spot: Lidl.