Saturday, August 15, 2020

Lawrence High School holds in-person commencement for Class of 2020 (VIDEO)

The heat did not deter 181 Lawrence High School seniors from gathering with their classmates one last time at commencement on July 29.

10 things to do in New Jersey this August

From a tomato fest in Princeton to a triathalon in Wildwood, 10 activities to fill the last month of summer vacation in the Garden State.

Pollinator project earns Hamilton Girl Scout organization’s top honor

Megan Reger's objective for “Project Pollinator” included building a garden for butterflies and bees at Camp Ockanickon in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.

Freeholders vote to acquire Hopewell Valley Golf and Country Club (updated)

Golf course would be the 5th owned by the county if purchase is completed

Photographer Kyle Lang drives cross-country, searching for ‘Manifest Content’

The Mercer County Community College student’s trip is funded through the Thomas George Artists Fund. The grant money allowed him to purchase a van and film.

Peter Dabbene: One view on racism past, present and future

In the wake of George Floyd’s death, I debated whether to address it specifically in this space. So much had been said by so many people.

NJSIAA delays start of fall high school sports by one month

NJSIAA also asked schools and conferences to revise schedules to emphasize local competition in order to minimize contact between schools.

Princeton University to limit number of students on-campus

Princeton University announced how it plans to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic during the 2020-21 academic year July 6

One final hurrah for Hamilton’s Class of 2020 to be held July 29

Celebrating the Class of 2020's graduation by honoring the seniors at each public high school with the 10 best grade-point averages in their class.

Drive-in culture roars back to life in New Jersey

America’s love affair with drive-in theaters started in New Jersey nearly 90 years ago, so it’s only fitting they have come roaring back to life.

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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.