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Blueberries are the tasty stars of annual event at Terhune Orchards

Blue was the color of the day - from blueberry wine to a blueberry bake-off to bluegrass music - at Terhune Orchards' Blueberry Bash...

Council awards contract for road work

The Township Council has awarded a $233,413 contract to a Farmingdale company to resurface a section of Princeton Pike, between Fackler and Lewisville roads...

Residents may file to run for school board seats

Lawrence Township residents have 17 days left to file a nominating petition to seek a seat on the Lawrence Township Public Schools Board of...

Lawrence school board seeks clarification on new employees vetting law

Aiming to prevent one school district from passing along a predatory teacher to another school district, state lawmakers have passed a law requiring schools...

Education foundation continues its support of Lawrence Township schools

A new storage unit for the Lawrence Intermediate School's instrumental music department and a second 3-D printer for the Lawrence Middle School. Four iPads for...

Hopewell mayor announces bid for Gusciora’s vacant assembly seat

Hopewell Township Mayor Kevin Kuchinski has announced his plans to seek the state Assembly seat in the 15th Legislative District, five days after former...

Community’s donations help HomeFront launch Diaper Resource Center

Stacey Downing remembers vividly the choices she had to make - pay the rent, pay the bills, buy food or buy diapers. She was...

Gracie’s House provides love, empowerment for women who need healing

NORTH BRUNSWICK - A group of women wrote down their insecurities. They shared the messages with each other, offering them up to a higher...

5K race benefits ‘Joys, Hopes and Dreams’ children’s program, camp

They came, they ran and they raised money for HomeFront's annual 5K race and 1-mile run/walk to benefit the nonprofit organization's "Joys, Hopes and...

Lawrence council members eye brush collection program for updated regulations

Plagued by mounds of tree limbs and yard waste piled up on Lawrence Township's streets, the Township Council may introduce an ordinance to clarify...

Residents petition Lawrence Township for speed humps on Puritan Avenue

Lawrence Township officials are going to look into the possibility of installing speed humps - raised mounds of asphalt - on Puritan Avenue as...

Lawrence Township creates safe exchange zone

Lawrence Township has joined the growing list of towns that provide a safe place where residents can complete transactions that began online or in...

Lawrence High School seniors honored with Principal’s Awards

Lawrence High School senior Samantha Posluszny walked up to the stage to receive the LMS/LHS PTO Award, which is presented to a senior who...

Retired teacher joins education foundation’s Board of Trustees

During her 40-year career as a teacher in the Lawrence Township Public Schools, Pat Devlin received several grants for classroom projects from the Lawrence...

Rider University will host fireworks show June 30

Fireworks will burst in the air over Rider University next week, during Lawrence Township's annual Fourth of July fireworks show. The fireworks show is set...
Photo by Lea Kahn

Lawrence High School says farewell, good luck to Class of 2018

Lawrence High School seniors' spirits were as high as the clouds in the sky on the afternoon of June 20, as they set off...
Photo by Lea Kahn

Class of 1968 commemorates five decades as Lawrence High School’s first graduates

It was the year of mini-skirts, psychedelic music, the debut of the first Big Mac and the Class of 1968, the first graduating class...

New director of Lawrenceville Main Street excited to promote events in village

For Kelly Edelstein, Lawrenceville Main Street is all about building a habit - once visitors come to the Village of Lawrenceville and discover how...
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