Girl Scouts Charley DeMarco and Avery Gallagher conducted a bike safety audit along the Lawrence-Hopewell trail and other township roads as part of their Silver Award project.
Just because Evelin Dapprich has been a talented, productive player throughout her soccer career, it doesn’t mean she is unfamiliar with adversity.
In September, Billtrust celebrated the opening of its new headquarters at 1009 Lenox Drive, a 90,000-square-foot facility in Princeton Pike Corporate Center.
If you’re not Jewish, you might not even be aware that Adath Israel Congregation exists. The Lawrence congregation wants to change that in some entertaining ways.
Weeden Park on Main Street in Lawrence will be transformed into a pop-up sculpture park with the installation of about a dozen sculptures crafted in various materials.
Before she put her name on romance novels, Maria Imbalzano spent 30-odd years in family and divorce law as an attorney at Stark & Stark.
Aug. 13 was like the first day of school for Ross Kasun. It was his debut at the Lawrence Township Public Schools offices after being named the district’s new superintendent.
For years, the Lawrence Little League District 12 All-Star team danced around the perimeter of greatness, but never got the steps down perfect. That all changed this season.
Two more stores have joined the exodus of tenants from the Lawrence Shopping Center — the Acme supermarket and MJM Designer Shoes.
Life and art for Lawrence-based photographer and archivist Gary Saretzky have always been about keeping his mind open to the possibilities.