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Six West Windsor-Plainsboro High School North students have started a charity to help bring educational opportunities to underprivileged students across the globe.
The Mercer County Library System is currently working on plans to re-open. The move follows an announcement by Gov. Phil Murphy on July 2 that libraries in the state are permitted, when ready, to open to the public at 25% capacity.
Three women from were arrested in connection with a shoplifting at Target in the Nassau Park Shopping Center on July 8.
The Princeton shopping center, home to over 35 retailers, was closed in mid-March due to the pandemic and has implemented new health procedures.
“The sky is blue.” That’s a pretty obvious statement, right? Nobody has ever doubted the color of the sky. But every day, people continue to doubt statements that seem just as obvious.
The West Windsor Arts Council has named Jyotika Bahree as president of its board of trustees.
In the July issue of the WWP News, the chair of the West Windsor Democratic Committee submitted a letter expressing the group's concern regarding police brutality and racism, while at the same time praising our community for its diversity and tolerance.
An allegedly intoxicated woman drove her car into Lake Mercer in Mercer County Park on Friday night during a heavy rainstorm.
As businesses around the state shut down in early April in response to a growing pandemic, one new project was just getting started.
The state planned to ease dining restrictions starting this week, but decided against it after COVID-19 spikes in other states that enacted similar policies.