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The Lawrence Library will be hosting the tenth annual TrashedArt Contest in April. The contest celebrates Earth Day by encouraging patrons to turn ordinary trash into extraordinary art.
Residents at HomeFront will be a little warmer this winter thanks to the generosity of the Lawrence Library knitting circle.
Bristol-Myers Squibb is acquiring Summit-based Celgene for $74 billion. According to analysts, BMS likely targeted Celgene because of the promising cancer drugs it is developing, which target blood cancers.
When Lawrence Intermediate School students and staff returned after the holidays, new Class III Officer Mike Cseremsak was there to greet them.
Shop the Friends of the Lawrence Library January Book Sale for thousands of used, gently-read books for readers of all ages.
Lawrence residents commissioned the construction of a first responder memorial on Pilla Avenue near the former volunteer EMS headquarters.
Brianna Procaccini, a 14-year-old Lawrence resident started Kake-9, a charity baking organization that aims to help local pet rescues.
A program called Reggie’s Robots will allow a Lawrence student to attend classes from home while she recovers from a medical issue that’s been keeping her out of the classroom.
Since leaving Mercer County, Nick Ouzounov, along with his colleague Alex Lorestani, has found himself on the forefront of biotechnology.
Lawrence resident Eddie Evaldi won’t miss a hockey game no matter how many times he has to pack a suitcase. Evaldi’s standout career has never strayed despite living in nine different towns.