Thursday, August 17, 2017

New Year’s Eve Events

To usher in 2005, there are activities for all ages in and around the West Windsor and Plainsboro area. Whether it is dinner and a movie, music or drama,...

Deaths: January 7, 2005

Warren J. Ungerman, 81, a longtime resident of Hatboro, died December 14 in Majestic Oaks Nursing Home in Warminster Township. Survivors include his daughter, Elizabeth Acree of Plainsboro; and...

Deaths 12-18-2005

DeathsJames R. Johnston Jr., 79, died November 19. Survivors include a daughter Marie E. Johnston of Plainsboro.R. Margaret Thompson, 69, of Monroe Township died November 20 at Raritan Bay...

Births December 17, 2005

BirthsPrinceton HealthCare System has announced the following births:Sons were born to West Windsor residents Deborah and Kevin Carroll, December 3; Nicola and David Hall, December 4; and Himali and...

People December 17, 2005

Community ServiceA Soldier’s HolidayStudent council members from Community Middle School have combined community service with public service. They raised $110 and, together with Assemblyman Bill Baroni of the 14th...

WW Police Restructure Supervisors

West Windsor Council and Mayor Shing-Fu Hsueh have approved an ordinance restructuring the township police department.##M:##The ordinance eliminated the position of captain and one sergeant’s position in exchange for...

WW Council Okays Akselrad Deal

After almost two decades in the courts, West Windsor has settled its final piece of affordable housing litigation.##M:##Township Council recently approved an agreement on a 44-acre Clarksville Road property...

West Windsor Wins $500K Tax Award

West Windsor’s tax coffers may be more than $500,"000 richer thanks to a judicial decision that found that an organization operating in the township is not tax exempt.##M:##State Tax...

WW Council Pans PATRIOT Act

Spurred on by a township civil rights group, West Windsor Council recently approved a resolution opposing the USA PATRIOT Act (Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required...

WW-P Gears Up For Budget Season

Now that it is the holiday season, many people have visions of sugar plums dancing in their heads. But officials in the West Windsor-Plainsboro school district are starting to...

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Inaugural Mayor’s Cup set to pit Lawrence High against Notre Dame

On Sept. 9 at 4 p.m., the Cardinals and Irish will meet at Rider University for the inaugural Mayor’s Cup, a celebration of soccer in Lawrence.