As protesters made their voices heard as part of the Black Lives Matter movement across the nation in June and July, the Lawrence Township Public School District found itself dealing with racial unrest within its midst.
Lawrence Township officially owns the Colonial Lake property. Now comes the process of planning how the property will be improved.
The governments of Ewing, Hamilton, Hopewell Township and Lawrence filed a motion in Mercer Superior Court July 8 to join a state lawsuit against Trenton.
It is with great disappointment that the township must cancel this year’s 2020 Lawrence Township’s 4th of July Fireworks Display scheduled for July 1.
Isabella de la Houssaye started Bike Breathe Believe to raise awareness for lung cancer as she biked across the country from March through April.
The Trenton organization will hold its 42nd bike ride fundraiser virtually, offering new ride and walk options available for sign up until the day before.
A number of stores and restaurants are already open with curbside pickup.
State calls out Trenton city council for its inability to properly fund measures that would reduce the risk of lead and pathogens in TWW’s drinking water.
Lawrence High School’s Class of 2020 will have a chance to experience a traditional graduation ceremony after all.
The Lawrence Township Council and municipal manager Kevin Nerwinski released statements today in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.