Thousands of musicians from across the country compete in Music-Fest’s Rising Talents Festival. This year, three Grand Prize winners were students of Lawrenceville-based piano teacher Rose McCathran.
Lawrence Mayor Christopher Bobbitt’s first State of the Township address was all about the “Three Ps" — people, planet and profits.
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.
J.P. Teti wanted a cheesesteak in England and couldn’t find one, so he made one. His food truck, Liberty Cheesesteak, was so successful, he turned it into a restaurant called Passayunk Avenue.
Dennis Waters recently stepped down after 12 years as the Lawrence Township historian. Rider University history professor and Lawrence resident Brooke Hunter will take his place.
A Lawrence High School Hall of Famer, John Schneider, quickly climbed up the baseball ranks to manage the New Hampshire Fisher Cats, the Double A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays.
Sheft Associates, Inc., is proposing the construction of a 123 room Woodspring Suites extended stay hotel on land it owns adjacent to Colonial Lake in Lawrence. However, not everyone in Lawrence is on board with the plan.
Students at Lawrence High School organized a walkout on March 14 in solidarity with the National School Walkout, held exactly one month after a 19-year-old gunman killed 17 people at a high school in Parkland, Florida.
Shoshana Silberman has had a lifetime commitment to a hands-on, participatory form of Judaism, and her latest work is a definite reflection of that.
The work local artists is on display at “Persistence,” an exhibit hosted by the Trenton Artists Workshop Association that features the work of area artists with disabilities.