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Local artists transform blank canvases to benefit West Windsor Arts Center

The West Windsor Arts Council is hosting a Blank Canvas Gala and Art Auction Saturday, March 23, which will feature work from more than 40 artists.

Mercer County to host document shredding Feb. 23

The Mercer County Improvement Authority will host a document shredding event for county residents on Saturday, Feb. 23.

Celebrates World Down Syndrome Day at dance party fundraiser

The Down Syndrome Association of Central New Jersey will celebrate World Down Syndrome Day by hosting a fundraiser that will knock your socks off.

Trenton-based artist to explore feminism during MCCC lecture

Has feminism become more of a trend than a movement? That will be the topic of discussion by Latina artist Tamara Torres in an upcoming lecture at Mercer County Community College.

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

Rash of wallet thefts hits businesses in Plainsboro

Plainsboro Police are investigating a rash of wallet thefts that occurred at township businesses during January.

Plainsboro and West Windsor get recycling grants

It pays to recycle. The state DEP has announced that both towns will be recipients of part of $14.3 million in grants distributed to municipalities this year.

Princeton Arts & Sports Academy to hold open house Feb. 24

The newly created Princeton Arts & Sports Academy will hold an open house on Sunday, Feb. 24 from 2 to 4 p.m.

Plainsboro Fire District to hold annual election on Feb. 16

The Plainsboro Fire District will hold its annual election on Saturday, Feb. 16.

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.

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When Trenton Mayor Reed Gusciora took office, he assumed with it the burden of fixing Trenton Water Works at the utility’s lowest point. To solve the problem, he turned to Shing-Fu Hsueh.