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Lawrence Township school board candidates will discuss issues

Eight Lawrence Township residents who are vying for four seats on the Lawrence Township Public Schools Board of Education will make their case at...
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Murphy, state officials commit to addressing NJ Transit problems

Gov. Phil Murphy joined state officials on Oct. 9 in promising improvements at NJ Transit, where a state-commissioned report released the same day found...

Lawrence Growth and Redevelopment Committee presents annual awards

Businesses large and small in Lawrence Township were recognized for their contributions toward the economic growth of the municipality at the Growth and Redevelopment...

Lawrence Township will purchase property to preclude development

Lawrence Township is moving ahead with the purchase of nearly 6 acres of land owned by Sheft Associates Inc. at 2420 Brunswick Pike, which...

Visitors of all ages have fun at Lawrence Township Community Day

Eduardo Cruz picked up a short length of hose and ran over to drop it in the box. Then he rushed over to a...

Lawrence residents may seek out information about water utility

Lawrence Township residents whose water is provided by Trenton Water Works can speak with Trenton Water Works representatives one-on-one during a special forum set...

Lawrence Township Community Day will be held in Village Park

Community Day, which is Lawrence Township's annual celebration of itself and all the township has to offer, is set for Oct. 7. The event will...

Lawrence Township council adopts new brush collection ordinance

Mounds of tree limbs, clippings and yard waste piled up on Lawrence Township streets  week after week will no longer be a common sight,...

Parents express concern about armed police officers in school on a daily basis

Guns in school are not OK, not even for school security officers. That is what a group of parents told the Lawrence Township Public...

Lesson learned: Have screening for prostate cancer before observing symptoms

When Schaen Fox learned last fall that he had prostate cancer, the Lawrence Township resident said he had just one reaction. “Well, that was interesting.” Fox,...

Lawrenceville School continues support for education foundation

A new storage unit for the Lawrence Intermediate School's instrumental music department, and project-based curriculum that teaches students how to start and run their...
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Terhune Orchards honored by agriculture department for educational efforts

Pam and Gary Mount, the owners of Terhune Orchards in Lawrence Township, have worked to make the connection between farms and schools for years,...

Riders complete coast-to-coast bike ride in Bristol-Myers Squibb fundraiser

The atrium at the Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. office on Princeton Pike in Lawrence Township was jumping - the DJ turned the music up loud...
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Melker takes seat on Mercer County freeholder board

New Mercer County Freeholder Nina D. Melker took the oath of office on Sept. 24 during a ceremonial swearing-in, less three weeks after the...
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Bordentown resident charged with endangering welfare of child

A Bordentown City man who is a campus security officer at Rider University, Lawrenceville, has been charged with four counts of endangering the welfare...

Dress down day on Nov. 7 will benefit veterans

The GI Go Fund will relaunch the most popular dress down day for veterans in the country, Jeans for Troops, on Nov. 7. Individuals, businesses...

Changes coming to Lawrence Shopping Center

With an upscale fitness center poised to move into a new building and renovations to the storefronts under way, the Lawrence Shopping Center has...

LA Fitness gains approval for building at Lawrence Shopping Center

The former Huffman Koos furniture store at the Lawrence Shopping Center is going to be torn down to make room for an LA Fitness...
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