Thursday, November 14, 2019

A guide to what’s on the ballot in Lawrence Township in 2019

Both the Township Council and Board of Education races are contested in the Nov. 5 election.

Soccer co-captain transformed after summer spent at Terhune Orchards

Senior Ryan Sargent’s biggest issue playing soccer for Lawrence High was solved by spending some time down on the farm working his part-time summer job.

Letters: Hopewell Board of Education candidates make their case

Michael Coco and Elizabeth Maziarz write to the Express.

Ilene Black: Let’s have silver anniversary showers

I’m thinking we need to give showers for couples as soon as they hit 25 years of marriage.

One incumbent, five newcomers running for West Windsor council

The six candidates running for West Windsor Council answer questions dealing with local issues.

Letter: Officials need to speak with residents more

The decision makers should be asking the residents what we envision for our town.

Who’s on the 2019 ballot in Plainsboro and West Windsor?

Two slates of three candidates each are running for election on Nov. 5 to West Windsor Township Council. Incumbent Alison Miller and running mates Yan Mei Wang and Shin-Yi Lin...

Letters: Vote McLaughlin, Peters-Manning on Nov. 5

Residents weigh in on the upcoming township committee race.

Two newcomers up against three incumbents for Lawrence School Board

Five candidates are running for three open seats in the Lawrence Township Board of Education election on Nov. 5.

Three council seats up for grabs in Lawrence Township

Three incumbent Democrats are being challenged by three GOP newcomers for election to three four-year seats on Lawrence Township Council.

Trending Stories

Inside Robbinsville’s Amazon warehouse

When it opened in 2014 the Amazon warehouse on Canton Way in Robbinsville instantly became the town’s largest employer.