Lawrence Mayor Christopher Bobbitt’s first State of the Township address was all about the “Three Ps" — people, planet and profits.
Meg Barnes and Lucy Gutman — the girls who put the “Lawrence” into the Lawrenceville School lacrosse team — were integral parts of this year’s Mercer County Tournament champion squad.
DECA members succeed in Atlanta, Lawrence Library announces upcoming events, and more news and notes from around Lawrence Township.
The 2017-18 school year is winding down, and this year’s Top 10 academic seniors at Lawrence High School are looking ahead to their future plans as high school graduates.
Christine’s recent experiences at Capital Health Medical Center – Hopewell (including excellent care during an outpatient surgery several months prior to her heart attack) made the hospital’s Cardiac Rehabilitation Center the natural choice.
I heard this spring and summer is going to be particularly bad for ticks. What should I know about Lyme disease?
Community News Service, publishers of the communitynews.org, won six awards in the 2018 Association of Free Community Papers’ Best of the Best competition.
In celebration of Mercer County's diversity, county officials will present the eighth annual Cultural Festival & Food Truck Rally on Saturday, June 16, at Mercer County Park.
Sustainable Lawrence is once again hosting the Let’s Move Lawrence Ralph Copleman Neighborhood Bike Ride on Sunday, June 3 at 10 a.m. A rain date is scheduled for Saturday, June 9.
The 2018 Mercer County Teen Arts Festival will be held Friday, May 18, from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on the campus of Mercer County Community College in West Windsor.