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LL-Holiday shoppers can feast on Winter Market

Aiming to create a sense of community, Lawrenceville Main Street is sponsoring a market that will feature an assortment of vendors - from food...

LL-Costs rising for organic food waste recycling program

Households that take part in the optional organic waste recycling program offered by Lawrence Township's trash hauler can expect to pay twice as much...

LL-Lawrence police on patrol for DUI

Holiday party-goers beware - the Lawrence Township Police Department is on the look-out for intoxicated drivers. As it has for many years, the Lawrence Township...

Liberty Coca-Cola Beverages donates winter coats for Central Jersey families

SOUTH BRUNSWICK – Local bottler Liberty Coca-Cola Beverages recently donated more than 400 winter coats to New Jersey nonprofit HomeFront. Hundreds of distribution floor and...

Veteran recalls hearing of Pearl Harbor attack, joining U.S. Navy in World War II

Although it happened nearly eight decades ago, Garnet Johnston remembers exactly where he was and what he was doing on Dec. 7, 1941 -...

LL-Sculpture garden ceremony set for Dec. 15

At the edge of Weeden Park, next to the U.S. Post Office, stands a man with a spyglass in hand, gazing intently across Main...

LL-Presidential Christmas card exhibit at Lawrence Library

It was 45 years ago, but Bob Bostock still remembers opening the envelope and being excited at its contents - a Christmas greeting card...

LL-Womanspace to sponsor support event on Dec. 3

In the six years that Kevin Nerwinski sat on the bench as the Lawrence Township Municipal Court judge, he saw first-hand the impact that...

Afternoon fire destroys home on Trumbull Avenue

An explosion caused by a natural gas line leak and the resultant fire burned down a house on Trumbull Avenue in Lawrence Township on...

Lawrence Township Planning Board approves developer’s plan for warehouse

A proposal to build a 340,400-square-foot warehouse on Princess Road has gained the Lawrence Township Planning Board's approval despite stiff opposition from residents of...

Communities of Light places focus on victims of domestic violence

Aiming to shine a light on domestic violence, East Windsor officials are inviting residents to bring luminary kits - candles in a bag -...

LeCompte appointed to seat on Lawrence Township school board

A long-time volunteer in the Lawrence Township Public Schools has been appointed to fill a vacancy on the Board of Education. Cathy LeCompte was selected...

Lawrence Council promotes and swears in police officers

There were smiles all around as a veteran police officer was promoted to a new rank and a new police officer was sworn into...

Lawrence woman struck by car and killed in Camden

A Lawrence Township woman who had tried to cross a highway in Camden on foot was struck by three motor vehicles and fatally injured...

Lawrence Planning Board may decide on fate of proposed warehouse

The Lawrence Township Planning Board expects to wrap up the public hearing and may take action on an application for a proposed 340,400-square-foot warehouse...

The fate of Jews in Bulgaria during World War II discussed at Rider

Whether it was the average Bulgarian's opposition to anti-Semitism or perhaps its king's attempt to straddle the line, but Bulgaria's 50,000 Jews avoided the...

Veterans remembered during ceremony in Lawrence

At the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month - exactly 100 years after the guns stopped firing in Europe, marking...

Rider University trustees renew president’s contract through 2022

Rider University President Gregory Dell'Omo has been reappointed to a second term in the university's top administrative post through July 31, 2022, according to...
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