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Baxter Construction receives two Master Design Awards from “Qualified Remodeler” magazine

For the third consecutive year, Baxter Construction has been recognized for outstanding achievement in "Qualified Remodeler’s" Master Design Awards contest. Two local projects of historical significance...

Burlington Mercer Chamber of Commerce to hold networking event

Burlington County business professionals and locals alike are invited to participate in a networking event this month. The Burlington Mercer Chamber of Commerce will serve...
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Lawrence officers file lawsuit against the township

Six Lawrence Township police officers have filed a lawsuit against Lawrence Township and Police Chief Brian Caloiaro. The action has alleged that police officers are...
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Man allegedly attempts sexual assault in woods of Bakers Basin Road

Police are searching for the man who allegedly attempted to sexually assault a woman after grabbing her and dragging her into the woods on...
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Council candidates night on tap Oct. 17 in Lawrence Township

Six candidates for three open seats on the Lawrence Township Council will make their case for election at a candidates night forum, set for...

Teacher from The Lawrenceville School arrested

A 23-year-old teacher at The Lawrenceville School has been charged with two counts of aggravated criminal sexual contact and two counts of endangering the...

Mercer County Sheriff to collect unused, expired prescriptions

Mercer County Sheriff Jack Kemlar announced the opportunity to dispose of unneeded and expired prescription drugs during the National Drug Take-Back Day on Oct....

Hispanic Night celebrated at Lawrence High

Whether Hispanics hail from Puerto Rico, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico or Columbia, they are a caring, loving and giving people who must stand united and...

Mary Tanner Lecture Series set for Oct. 13 in Lawrence Township

Influenza epidemics occur regularly, but the 1918 flu pandemic was devastating and unlike anything the world had experienced - and ultimately led to the...
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Bike ride through Lawrence Township on tap for Oct. 6

Lawrence Township bicyclists will embark on an 8-mile-long meandering tour of the township during the annual "Let's Move Lawrence/Ralph Copleman Neighborhood Bike Ride," set...
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Opioid proclamation announced by Lawrence Township officials

Opioids have a place in medicine to reduce pain - but they have no place in the hands of an addict. To break the drug's...

Protest staged over Westminster Choir College’s impending move

Carrying posters that proclaimed "WCC Proud," "Don't Stop the Music, Keep WCC in Princeton" and "You Cannot Silence My Voice," about 100 students, alumni,...

Community Day set for Oct. 6 at new site

Community Day, which is Lawrence Township's celebration of itself, is set for Oct. 6 - but it will be held at Central Park, not...

Gov. Murphy shares his thoughts on New Jersey with talk at Rider

From questions about how to grow more teachers, the possibility of a recession and some career advice - with a detour on the merits...

Bentley Community Services helps families regain self-sufficiency

SOUTH BRUNSWICK - Now in its sixth year of operation, Bentley Community Services (BCS) has been helping families in financial crisis regain self-sufficiency by...
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Lawrence officials to meet with state regarding nose barrier

Lawrence Township officials are gearing up to make another pitch for the construction of a noise barrier on I-295, bordering the Long Acres neighborhood...

Mercer County Game of the Week- Notre Dame dominates with 47-0 victory in rivalry...

The Mercer County “Game of the Week” this week was an in-town rivalry between Notre Dame High School and Lawrence High School. Notre Dame put...

Walk4Hearing brings awareness to the issue of hearing loss

Residents in central New Jersey are becoming more aware of the issues with hearing loss through a Walk4Hearing event, designed to help educate residents...
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