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Quaker Bridge Mall is losing one of its anchor stores this fall. Sears Holdings is shutting down 48 Sears locations across the nation, including their Lawrence location.
Recently I enlisted a few fellow tasters from the office to make our way to five of the seven in Mercer County in search of the best falafel.
If just half of each plot at the Lawrenceville Community Gardens is used effectively, the gardeners could be collectively saving more than $20,000 per year when buying vegetables at the grocery story.
Entering the state tournament game, the Lawrence High School boys lacrosse team had a 10-5 record to tie the program record for victories and assure it of a second winning record.
Throughout the month of April, the Lawrence Library hosted its 9th annual TrashedArt Contest. The contest encouraged people to look at trash differently and repurpose items destined for the landfill by transforming them into art.
Lawrence Mayor Christopher Bobbitt’s first State of the Township address was all about the “Three Ps" — people, planet and profits.
Meg Barnes and Lucy Gutman — the girls who put the “Lawrence” into the Lawrenceville School lacrosse team — were integral parts of this year’s Mercer County Tournament champion squad.
DECA members succeed in Atlanta, Lawrence Library announces upcoming events, and more news and notes from around Lawrence Township.
The 2017-18 school year is winding down, and this year’s Top 10 academic seniors at Lawrence High School are looking ahead to their future plans as high school graduates.
Christine’s recent experiences at Capital Health Medical Center – Hopewell (including excellent care during an outpatient surgery several months prior to her heart attack) made the hospital’s Cardiac Rehabilitation Center the natural choice.
Steinert High School students will graduate at the CURE Insurance Area in Trenton June 22 at 7 p.m. Here are the high school's top 10 seniors.