Tuesday, June 25, 2019

West Windsor park pagoda dedicated in memory of Nobel laureate John Nash

A pagoda-style building located in the heart of Princeton Junction was recently dedicated to one of the town's most famous residents, John Nash.

Meet the candidates running for West Windsor-Plainsboro school board

Three candidates are running for one open Plainsboro seat on the school board, while in West Windsor, five candidates are running for two open seats on the board.

SuperFresh opens in Plainsboro Plaza Shopping Center

After five years without a traditional grocer, Plainsboro residents on Feb. 24 finally saw the grand opening of a new supermarket in town—SuperFresh in the Plainsboro Plaza Shopping Center.

West Windsor man honored for learning disabilities activism

Mark Brugger, a West Windsor resident, was the recipient of the Harrison Sylvester Award during the 55th Annual International Learning Disabilities of America Conference.

Plainsboro resident travels to Greek isles to help refugees

Plainsboro's Sarah Neiheiser provides a firsthand account of life at a refugee camp on the Greek isle of Samos.

100+ Women Who Care of Mercer County shows power in numbers

Groups of women all over the country are donating $40,000 a year to local charities—and a number of Mercer County women are ready to join their ranks.

Plainsboro native’s invention could revolutionize the medical world

Ruchi Patel is the co-inventor of QuickStitch, a disposable stapler-like suturing device that could legitimately revolutionize emergency, veterinary and third-world wound-treating situations.

West Windsor-Plainsboro high school football teams to merge

Two high schools, one football team. North and South high schools will be allowed to play on a unified team.

Robbinsville fencing club is first in U.S. for Chinese Olympic medalist

A fencing club with an Olympic-sized pedigree has opened in the Windsor Industrial Park in Robbinsville.

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.

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