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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.

Work by local artists on view at Plainsboro Library

The Plainsboro Library’s Artists’ Group is holding its annual exhibit, “Art & Music,” with a wide variety of mediums. The show runs through Aug. 1.

West Windsor native returns to serve the town as a police officer

West Windsor Police Officer Kyle LaForge gets to live out his dream each day. A native of West Windsor, LaForge knew at a young age he wanted to be a police officer.

Ewing woman run down after Route 1 motorcycle accident

A Ewing Township woman was killed after being thrown from her motorcycle and then struck by a car on Route 1 in West Windsor on June 29.

Coldwell Banker awards scholarship to High School South student

Lianna Huang, a 2018 graduate of High School South, was chosen as the 2018 recipient of the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Scholarship.

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 Council president charged with hit and run in fender-bender

West Windsor Council president Alison Miller was charged with hit and run by township police in association with an accident in the lot at McCaffrey’s.

Lawrence Hopewell Trail provides residents with more than just a place to walk or bike

Bruce Ellsworth of Bristol-Myers Squibb rides his bike to work on the Lawrence Hopewell Trail. The 14-mile route to BMS campus in Pennington takes an hour in comfortable temperatures.

West Windsor native looks back on the days before developments invaded town

These long ago memories stem from a young girl who experienced that special lifestyle before it disappeared—back when air conditioning didn’t exist and, with the windows wide open, I’d fall asleep to the chirp of crickets every summer night.

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.

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