Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Burlington Stores plans fall 2019 opening in Nassau Park

Lawrence location will remain in operation, spokesperson says

UPDATE: Lane closures on Quakerbridge Road bridge now to start June 24

Emergency repairs to the Quakerbridge Road Bridge are scheduled to begin on or about Monday, June 17, 2019.

American Legion Post 414 names music teacher Ron Taglairino Citizen of the Year

American Legion Post 414 has many requirements for its Citizen of the Year award, and Lawrence Middle School music teacher Ron Taglairino has all of those qualifications and more. That's why Post 414 named him Citizen of the Year at a ceremony on May 3.

Lawrence-Hopewell Trail’s Saturday Morning Walking Club helps hikers find community

The Lawrence-Hopewell Trail Saturday Morning Walking Club’s first walk took place on Saturday, April 13, and the group will host walks each second Saturday of the month.

Pellettieri Rabstein & Altman Family Law group makes Locks of Love donations

Locks of Love is a public nonprofit organization that provides hairpieces to children suffering from long-term medical hair loss.

Cancer survivor Jen Moog raising funds, awareness for multiple myeloma

Lawrence resident leading fundraiser after being nominated for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Man and Women of the Year campaign.

New-look Lawrence Shopping Center adds tenants

The Lawrence Shopping Center has a new look, but things are changing inside the vacant storefronts, too

Memory Café will aim to help patients and caregivers alike

As the director of Greenwood House senior living and care community, Donna Sobel has witnessed the ongoing struggles of people with dementia and their caregivers

Battle lines drawn over Hamilton solar farm

The Ewing-Lawrence Sewerage Authority plan to build a solar farm on Sweet Briar Avenue has set off a battle that has spanned multiple years and government boards, and has ramifications for residents in three Mercer County municipalities.

Controversial Elcon facility in Bucks County poses toxic threat to New Jersey

The next few weeks mark a crucial juncture for a proposed plant that environmentalists say would pollute the air and potentially the drinking water of nearby towns