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“Portraits of Preservation” exhibit to celebrate over 20,000 acres preserved in central New Jersey

D&R Greenway Land Trust continues the celebration of its 30th year with a new, traveling exhibit, “Portraits of Preservation,” based on watercolor paintings by...

Princeton University honors its veterans with service

Princeton University veterans were recognized for their military service during an annual Veterans Day service inside the university’s chapel. This tradition has been organized on...

Coalition for Peace speaker urges the end of nuclear weapons

Mankind has tried to harness and control nuclear energy in both war and peace, but the result has been death and disaster - from...
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Flagpole dedication held at Bridge Academy

James Hewitt and Nicholas Loveless loved the American flag and they loved their country, so it was only fitting that the new flagpole at...
Scott Jacobs

Lawrence Township observes Veterans Day with service

America's military veterans will not be forgotten - from those who shivered at Valley Forge and huddled in muddy trenches in World War I,...

Two pastry chefs are honored in culinary tasting event

Food from students and restaurants filled the Mercer County Community College cafeteria for the annual benefit of the Pastry Arts Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship and...
Scott Jacobs

Lawrence Township swears in three new firefighters

There were smiles all around as three career firefighters, including a third-generation firefighter, were sworn into office by Mayor Christopher Bobbitt at the Lawrence...

Shake Shack to open first Mercer County location on Nov. 18

Shake Shack announced its first Mercer County location will open in Princeton on Monday, Nov. 18, at 11. a.m. The restaurant is located at...
Scott Jacobs

Lawrence Township Council vacancy filled

The Lawrence Township Council has chosen township councilman-elect John Ryan to fill a vacancy on the council, created by the resignation of councilman David...

Westminster Choir College students file suit against Rider University

A group of Westminster Choir College students are suing Rider University in an effort to halt a pending move by the choir college from...
Scott Jacobs

Democrats take stronghold on Lawrence Township Council

The Lawrence Township Council will remain firmly in Democratic hands with the election of two incumbent council members and a newcomer in the Nov....
Scott Jacobs

Three incumbents secure seats on Lawrence school board

Lawrence voters gave the nod to three incumbent school board members to serve additional terms on the Lawrence Township Public Schools Board of Education...

Lawrence Township to hold Veterans Day event on Nov. 11

Lawrence Township will honor its military veterans at the annual Veterans Day ceremony on Nov. 11 at 11 a.m. in front of the Lawrence...
KEN DOWNEY JR./STAFF

TCNJ football team signs youngster to a full scholarship

A seven-year-old boy has already signed on to become a member of The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) football team. With pen in hand, surrounded...

Pennington School seniors are inducted into the Cum Laude Society

Ten Pennington School seniors achieved one of the school’s highest honors when they were inducted into the Cum Laude Society. The society is the school’s...
Scott Jacobs

Third Lawrence High student charged in racially bias incident

A third Lawrence High School student has been charged with harassment in connection with the alleged bias incident that occurred at the Lawrence High...
Scott Jacobs

Volunteers come together for food packing event in Lawrence

With mesh hairnets covering their hair and plastic gloves on their hands, Deacon and Kellen Moore carefully scooped equal amounts of rice and freeze-dried...

Womanspace Communities of Light fundraiser brings multiple townships together

It may be just a candle in a sand-filled bag, but to a victim of domestic violence, it can help to light the way...
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