Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Housing lawsuit targets five Mercer County towns

Unable to reach a settlement, five Mercer County towns are involved in a trial that could result in the town being required to provide for almost 2,000 units of affordable housing by through 2025.

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.

Resilient High School North Knights stay tough in a season beset by injuries

The West Windsor-Plainsboro High School North boys’ soccer team came on strong to force double overtime in its Mercer County Tournament opener.

A mARTian weekend celebrates ‘War of the Worlds’ 80th anniversary

A celebration of the 80th anniversary of the 1938 War of the Worlds broadcast — The mARTian Weekend+ event — is coming to our area this month.

Sinfonietta Nova season of dance-themed performances closing May 11 with “Shall We Dance?”

As the orchestra tunes for its final concert of the season, Sinfonietta Nova’s dance card is nearly full

Former police officer discovers the ‘Joy of Painting’

Most people around West Windsor and Plainsboro recognize Jim Carvalho as a former cop or member of security personnel at High School South. But few know he's also an accomplished painter.

Mayor Marathe era begins in West Windsor, Bahree chosen to continue serving on council

New Year’s Day this year marked swearing in ceremonies for West Windsor’s first new mayor in 17 years.

New BBQ joint set for 2019 opening in West Windsor plaza

Highly rated More Than Q out of Lambertville set to move in next to Chipotle, Trader Joe's

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.

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

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