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Cranbury Road bridge construction to begin Monday

Construction to replace the Cranbury Road bridge over Bear Brook in West Windsor will begin on Monday. 

Suburban Mom: college shopping nonchalance

Going off to college does not mean being marooned on a desert island.

West Windsor man charged with DWI, death by auto in fatal crash

West Windsor Police have charged a township man with drunk driving after an accident that resulted in the death of a motorcyclist.

In the News: West Windsor Arts Council reorganizes board

The West Windsor Arts Council recently held a reorganization meeting for organization’s board of trustees, electing officers and welcoming new members.

West Windsor Council shelves Microgrid decision

West Windsor Council punted on making a decision on the construction of a solar microgrid until after this year’s mayor and council election.

West Windsor officials express concerns over Howard Hughes proposal

The Howard Hughes Corporation continues to meet stiff opposition from members of the West Windsor community regarding its proposed mixed-use development.

Three seats contested in West Windsor-Plainsboro school board election

A total of seven candidates have filed for election to three open seats on the West Windsor-Plainsboro Board of Education.

WW-P High School North varsity football program suspended

The West Windsor-Plainsboro School District has cancelled the varsity football program at High School North for the upcoming season.

Police break up armed robbery in West Windsor

Two men and a woman were arrested last night after police broke up a robbery at gunpoint at the AT&T Store in West Windsor.

Local artists’ work on display at Plainsboro Recreation Center

Now through the end of August, work by artist Vandana Nanda and her students is on display at the Plainsboro Recreation Center.

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Trenton Water Works finds elevated levels of lead in drinking water

Trenton Water Works found elevated levels of lead in drinking water in some Mercer County homes and buildings, according to a notice mailed to customers.