Thursday, July 18, 2019

Local athletes excel in trampoline and tumbling

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Author and illustrator Rashad Malik Davis book signing set for Aug. 12

Rashad Malik Davis is set to sign copies of his new children’s book, "Carefree, Like Me! Chapter 1: Root the Brave" at Classics Books in Trenton.

NAMI to offer courses for the mentally ill and their families

NAMI Mercer is currently accepting registrations for its spring courses for individuals and family members affected by mental illness.Family-to-Family is a 12-week course for adult family members of persons...

Lawrenceville-based attorney named Lawyer of the Year

New Jersey Certified Matrimonial Attorney attorney Brian G. Paul has been designated as Best Lawyers in America’s 2015 Family Law “Lawyer of the Year” in the Princeton-Metro area. Paul, a...

Masquerade ball offers a chance to Shine and Inspire

Shine and Inspire, a local nonprofit, is planning its next big event: a fundraiser the organization hopes will draw more attention to its cause.

Dodge Poetry Festival founder Scott McVay discusses the inspiration behind his latest book

Scott McVay, 82, will talk about the book during a number of upcoming appearances in the area, including a presentation and walk on the Scott and Hella McVay Poetry Trail at Greenway Meadows Park in Princeton.

Shine and Inspire to host Fashion Edition Fundraiser

Local non-profit organization Shine and Inspire, Inc. is set to host A Night to Shine: Fashion Edition fundraiser on Friday, October 23 from 7 to 10 p.m. The event...

Lawrence photographer and archivist tracks history through pictures

Life and art for Lawrence-based photographer and archivist Gary Saretzky have always been about keeping his mind open to the possibilities.

Cardinals girls’ cross country qualifies for groups for two years running

Lawrence High School's but girls’ cross country team has had little success over the years. It is a tale that energetic Liz Guarini is trying to rewrite.

Lawrence Boy Scouts tackle caving expedition

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