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West Windsor Arts Council announces children’s art competition winners

The West Windsor Arts Council has announced the winners for their Woo-Ri Mart Food Art Competition for Children.

Inaugural West Windsor Mayor’s Ball set for Oct. 13

The Boathouse at Mercer Lake will be the site of the West Windsor Mayor’s Ball next month.

Senior cousins look to lead High School South to boys’ soccer success

Gavin Grecsek and Ryan Grund are connected closely to each other and to West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South soccer.

Police blotter: Five arrested for trespassing after refusing to leave hotel

Five guests who were thrown out of the Residence Inn hotel on Route 1 in West Windsor because they were allegedly causing a disruption.

West Windsor swimmer wins multiple medals at national Special Olympics

West Windsor resident Margo Lee won three gold medals and a bronze at the Special Olympics USA Games in Seattle this summer.

Princeton Junction Fire Department ready to deal with flood emergencies

The Princeton Junction Volunteer Fire Department is now equipped to deal with water-based emergencies.

Is football really unsafe? A physician talks about why he lets his son play

I will continue to follow football safety closely in the medical literature rather than the media. I will be the first to prohibit my son from football if the risks are unacceptable.

Martian Weekend+ will celebrate 80th anniversary of ‘War of the Worlds’

West Windsor businesses and residents are coming together to host Martian Weekend+ next month in celebration of the 80th anniversary of the "War of the Words" radio broadcast.

‘Newsies The Musical’ opens season at MCCC’s Kelsey Theatre

The stage is set for a David-versus-Goliath battle as the curtain goes up on a new season at Mercer County Community College’s Kelsey Theatre with “Disney’s Newsies The Musical.”

New West Windsor clerk Gay Huber has long history of service

Arguably, there’s no job at town hall where its more important to have ties to the community than the position of township clerk. In that respect, Gay Huber is the perfect person for the job.

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I-195 ramp to I-295 in Hamilton closed for emergency repairs

Update: The left lane and shoulder on the ramp from Route 29/I-195 eastbound to I-295 southbound has been reopened. The right lane remains closed until further notice for emergency repairs.