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Burlington Stores plans fall 2019 opening in Nassau Park

Retailer already has location on U.S. 1 in Mercer County

Mercer County to hold meetings on Bicycle Master Plan

The plan is intended to guide installation of bicycle facilities on county highways, connecting with state highways and municipal streets

Slate of challengers looking to unseat West Windsor council incumbents

Andrea Sue Mandel, Sonia Gawas and Michael Stevens have announced their candidacy for three open seats on West Windsor Township Council.

WW-P High School North team finishes in the top 10 at National Economics Challenge

Justin Gong, Asritha Katakam, Ankitha Mallekav and Marilyn Zhang finish in the top 10 in a national economics competition.

Nolan Shah helps High School North boys’ tennis meet growing expectations

Nolan Shah is part of increasing expectations for the High School North boys’ tennis team.

Developer wants to build a 420-unit affordable housing project in the heart of West Windsor

WWM Properties West LLC is looking to build a 400-plus-unit affordable housing development off Route 571 across from the Southfield Shopping Center.

Lane closures on Quakerbridge Road bridge to begin June 17

Emergency repairs to the Quakerbridge Road Bridge are scheduled to begin on or about Monday, June 17, 2019.

Authorities investigate homicide in Plainsboro apartment complex

Plainsboro resident Carolyn Byington, 26, was found dead in her apartment.

Asian Food Market to move to Plainsboro Plaza and double in size

Asian Food Markets, a long-time tenant in the Princeton Meadows Shopping Center, will be moving to the spot most recently occupied by the failed SuperFresh store in Plainsboro Plaza.

West Windsor Gives Back celebrates the Princeton Junction Volunteer Fire Company

West Windsor Gives Back will be working this year to raise funds for the Princeton Junction Volunteer Fire Company.

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