Thursday, April 25, 2019

Lawrence High School students earn art honors

Two Lawrence High School seniors Stephanie Luo and De’Asia Jones recently received honors for their artwork.

Slackwood Elementary School receives library grant

The Lawrence Township Education Foundation recently presented Lawrence schools with a grant to create a new Library Media Zone and STREAM Center at Slackwood Elementary School.

Teaching teens to drive safe

Class inspired by anti-texting and driving videos

Bordentown jazz band takes second at Berklee High School Jazz Festival

Members of the Bordentown Regional High School jazz band earned numerous group and individual honors at the Berklee High School Jazz Festival in Boston.

PHOTOS: Ewing High presents ‘Legally Blonde: The Musical’

"Legally Blonde: The Musical” was Ewing High School’s spring production, performed at the high school from March 6 to 9.

PHOTOS: Lawrence students perform ‘Mamma Mia’

The songs of ABBA filled Lawrence High School on March 13 as students performed the musical Mamma Mia.

Nottingham High School top 10 seniors

Nottingham High School kicks off the graduation festivities June 22 at 3 p.m. at the CURE Insurance Arena in Trenton.

Ewing athletic trainer receives national school athletic trainer award

Ewing's David Csillan was one of 10 secondary school athletic trainers from around the country to receive the 2019 Gatorade School Athletic Trainer of the Year Award.

Princeton Area Community Foundation awards $3 million in grants to help local students

The Princeton Area Community Foundation is awarding $3 million in grants to 10 nonprofit and school partnerships that will work to reduce absenteeism.

WW-P superintendent explains $114.8M school bond vote on Nov. 6 ballot

West Windsor-Plainsboro Schools Superintendent David Aderhold makes his case for voters to approve a $114.8 million school bond vote on the Nov. 6 ballot.

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Yaede touches on entertainment district, township controversies in State of Hamilton address

Four years ago, Hamilton Mayor Kelly Yaede “had a vision” for the township’s future. Now it could become a reality, Yaede said in her final State of Hamilton address before she faces re-election.