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Lawrence schools receive grant to hold community conversations

Buoyed by the success of a recent community conversation on equity in education and with a $10,000 grant in hand, Lawrence Township school district...

Lawrence Township students return to full day, in-person instruction

Lawrence Township public school students will be back in the classroom for a full day of in-person learning Jan. 18, following a rapid decline...

SOLUTIONS 1/14: The Benefits and Costs of Switching to Electric School Buses

By Huck Fairman The New Jersey Sierra Club, including former New York City transportation manager, Bill Baren, and local member, Kip Cherry, presented an informative talk...

Common calendar, Packet papers, January 14

Ongoing East Windsor residents can volunteer for appointment to various township boards and committees, including the Clean Communities Advisory Committee, Commission on Aging, East Windsor...

Gov. Murphy signs legislation requiring age-appropriate school security drills

Governor Phil Murphy has signed legislation (A-5727/S-3726) into law which requires school security drills to be age-appropriate and to prevent unnecessary traumatization of children. Among...

Gov. reinstates public health emergency to respond to Omicron variant

Gov. Phil Murphy has reinstated a public health emergency, effective immediately, to ensure New Jersey is able to respond to the continued threat of...

Lawrence school board reorganizes, swears in new members

Two veteran school board members and a newcomer who were elected to serve on the Lawrence Township Public Schools Board of Education were sworn...
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Colonel Hand historic march recounts Americans fighting for freedom

The hardy band of marchers who commemorated the 60th annual Colonel Edward Hand historic march stepped off on a bitterly cold Saturday morning -...

Lawrence schools go back for half-day sessions

After a week of remote instruction, Lawrence Township public school students will be back in the classroom - but only for a half day,...

Common calendar, Packet papers, January 7

Ongoing East Windsor residents can volunteer for appointment to various township boards and committees, including the Clean Communities Advisory Committee, Commission on Aging, East Windsor...

Rider University named Grammy Museum affiliate 

Rider University has been named to the University Affiliates program of the Grammy Museum, only the second university in New Jersey and one of 23...

Invisible Pain Day will address stigma of mental illness

Gov. Phil Murphy issued a proclamation designating Jan. 7 as Invisible Pain Day, honoring those who lost their battle to mental illness and calling...

Colonel Hand historic march re-enactment traces routes of Revolutionary War

The 60th annual Colonel Edward Hand Historic March re-enactment, complete with a musket firing and a two-mile walk to the Shabakunk Creek at Notre...

Park Commission to implement deer management program

The Mercer County Park Commission has been approved for a Community Based Deer Management (CBDM) permit from the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife. The CBDM permit allows for additional opportunities to improve...
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Princeton Council supports Johnson Trolley Line bridge over I-295 to connect paths in Lawrence...

The push to find a way to cross I-295, which would close the gap between the northern and southern legs of the Johnson Trolley...
PHOTO COURTESY OF SAM PASTORELLA

Ryan to serve as mayor of Lawrence Township for 2022

There were smiles all around as two Lawrence Township Councilmen-elect were sworn into office for four-year terms and a new mayor was selected at...

Lawrence schools on remote instruction Jan. 3-7

Lawrence Township school district officials are reverting to remote instruction for the week of Jan. 3-7 - the first week of school following the...

New Jersey’s minimum wage has increased to $13 per hour for most employees

New Jersey’s statewide minimum wage increased by $1 per hour to $13 per hour for most employees on Jan. 1. The increase is part of...
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