Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Lawrence field hockey standout Talia Schenck commits to Cornell before junior year

One of the best players in the nation, Talia Schenck set school single season scoring records her first two seasons.

The Pennington School welcomes new staff for new school year

The Pennington School has welcomed six new teachers to the faculty this year: Julia Barrett, Tiernan Close, Delonte Egwuatu, Anna Leader, Dawn Nelson, and Shawn Nicosia

Lawrence Township Public Schools opt to begin school year remotely

Students will follow a set class schedule remotely, while teachers will report to school and instruct students from their classrooms.

Robbinsville cheerleader fulfills lifelong dream at University of Kentucky

When Carly Landow had to write about where she saw herself after four years, she said that she wanted to be a University of Kentucky cheerleader.

West Windsor-Plainsboro cancels fall school sports

WW-P is the first Mercer County school district to cancel the fall sports season. 

Hamilton parents organize drive to provide masks to 12,000 students

Sarah Valerio and Lisa Schulz hatched Mask Up HTSD after sharing concerns that some students might not have a mask.

Hopewell Valley Regional School District outlines restart plan

The district will hold a virtual town hall meeting to discuss updates to the plan Aug. 4 via Zoom.

(Video) WW-P High School South seniors celebrate National Decision Day

A WW-P High School South senior created a video featuring students from the Class of 2020 for National Decision Day.

Joelle DeAngelo: Amid pandemic, athletes focus on what we can control

There’s still so much uncertainty but there are just as many solutions we haven’t figured out yet.

Ewing’s Joshua Hughes signs with Kansas-based indoor football team

Hughes, a 2020 graduate of Wesley College, has signed a deal with the Salina Liberty of the Champions Indoor Football league

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Kevin Johnson sues Bordentown Township, officials for racial discrimination

Johnson, a Black real estate developer behind Team85 Fitness and Wellness, filed a lawsuit against Bordentown Township and five current and former municipal officials Sept. 9.