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PHOTOS: Lawrence Community Day 2018

Lawrence celebrated Community Day Oct. 7 in Village Park with family-friendly activities and fall festivities.

Lawrence man wins first place in 2018 NJ State Senior Citizen Art Show

Lawrence Township resident John S. Rounds was awarded first place in the craft category in the 2018 NJ State Senior Citizen Art Show.

Flu clinics, Trunk or Treat and other upcoming Lawrence Township events

What's happening around Lawrence? Here's a list of upcoming events hosted by the township.

Theater To Go brings ‘A Raisin in the Sun’ to Kelsey Theatre

An heroic struggle for dignity and the American Dream take center stage in “A Raisin in the Sun.”  Theater To Go is bringing the drama to Kelsey Theatre.

Womanspace launches Communities of Light Peace Begins At Home campaign

In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Womanspace is launching their  2018 Communities of Light Peace Begins At Home campaign on Oct. 23.

Princeton Area Community Foundation awards $3 million in grants to help local students

The Princeton Area Community Foundation is awarding $3 million in grants to 10 nonprofit and school partnerships that will work to reduce absenteeism.

RAI to host Pink Pumpkin Party at Captain Paul’s Firehouse Dogs

Radiology Affiliates Imaging (RAI) is partnering with Captain Paul’s Firehouse Dogs to host a Pink Pumpkin Party on Saturday, Oct. 13.

Lawrence Hopewell Trail hosting Halloween event

For the fourth year in a row, the Lawrence Hopewell Trail will host the Halloween themed Trail and Treat Ride on Oct. 21 at Village Park in Lawrence.

Moe’s Southwest Grill opening on Quakerbridge Road in Lawrence

Moe's Southwest Grill is opening another Mercer County location in the Quakerbridge Village Commons next month. 

Adath Israel Congregation is adding culture to their community

If you’re not Jewish, you might not even be aware that Adath Israel Congregation exists. The Lawrence congregation wants to change that in some entertaining ways.

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Snap Box self-storage facility opening at old Cost Cutters site in Hamilton

The Hamilton Township Zoning Board approved a plan to bring a Snap Box self-storage facility to former Cost Cutters site on Whitehorse-Mercerville Road.