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Food shopping along the Route 1 corridor just got a little easier. Earlier this week, Amazon expanded their Whole Foods Market delivery service for Prime members.
Rabbi Eric B. Wisnia has announced his retirement after 42 years as senior rabbi at Congregation Beth Chaim. He will retire on January 31, 2019.
This Wednesday, the West Windsor Council will vote on an affordable housing agreement that would settle a lawsuit brought by the Fair Share Housing Center of Cherry Hill.
Project Freedom will hold a groundbreaking ceremony Oct. 17 for Freedom Village at West Windsor, a 72 unit affordable and accessible rental community.
In an attempt to ease traffic congestion on Old Trenton Road, West Windsor officials have adjusted left turn lights and coned off areas affected by the bridge closure.
Two Trenton residents have been arrested by West Windsor police in connection with an August armed robbery at a store in Nassau Park Shopping Center.
A portion of Old Trenton Road in West Windsor will be closed for roughly five months in order to replace a bridge over Bridgegroom Run.
The High School North boys’ soccer team is off to another fast start, but Alex Quezada believes that this year’s will continue.
Trenton’s Ellarslie Museum recently opened its exhibit on FVHD Architects, a Ewing-based firm that has built so many buildings in Mercer County that not even the firm itself knows exactly how many are still standing.
West Windsor native Charles de Augustin's film "Good Men" explores how being a silent "good guy" isn't going far enough to stop sexual assault on college campuses.