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A local landmark made famous by a 1930s version of “fake news,” the mill house at Grovers Mill has assumed various commercial identities since its original construction in the late 18th century.
Lieutenant Robert Garofalo will become the West Windsor Police Department’s fourth chief of police in July, succeeding outgoing chief Joe Pica.
The Plainsboro Public Library will celebrate women’s history month on Sunday, March 19 when actress Michele LaRue presents a satiric anti-suffrage monologue, called “Someone Must Wash the Dishes.”
Don’t forget to smile next time you’re around a West Windsor Police officer. The department’s officers began wearing body cameras on Feb. 20.
Mayor Shing-fu Hsueh has submitted a $39.9 million budget for 2017 to township council that proposes raising taxes by 1.6 cents per $100 of assessed valuation.
The Plainsboro Fire District received voter approval for the 2017 budget at the annual election Feb. 18.
The first phase of the project will feature sidewalk installation on the northern side Cranbury Road from Route 571 to Sunnydale Way.
The High School South Science Bowl Team was the winner in the Regional Science Bowl Competition held at Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory.
Darnell Huff, 30, of Kearney was arrested and charged with eluding and hindering apprehension on Feb. 6 after leading police on a car and foot chase.
An era ended on March 4, but not before the West Windsor-Plainsboro High North girls’ basketball team enjoyed its finest season in program history.
The members of the Islamic Circle of Mercer County know what people say about Islam. They also know that not everybody knows what Islam is all about. And that is what they’re looking to change.