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Stark & Stark named Law Firm of the Year by Hispanic Bar Association

The Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey’s Law Firm of the Year Award is intended to recognize a law firm for showing a genuine commitment to both diversity and the mission of the HBA-NJ

Lawrence Township Public Schools sets Nov. 30 as in-person return date for most students

School district prepares to advance to "Phase II" and "Phase III" in the plan approved by the Lawrence Township Board of Education in August.

Lidl, “national tenants” to open at Lawrence Shopping Center in coming months

Owner JJ Operating Inc. said Lidl will open its location in the Lawrence Shopping Center on Brunswick Pike in early 2021.

What you need to know before you vote in the Nov. 3 general election

The process of voting, details on how to register or update your registration and how to check online to ensure your ballot has arrived.

Crowded field vies for three Lawrence Board of Education seats

The candidates are Tabitha M. Bellamy-McKinley, incumbent Michele Bowes, Heather Camp, incumbent Dana R. Drake, Patricia Hendricks Farmer, Gregory G. Johnson, Olufunmilola “Funmi” Ladigbolu, incumbent Cathy LeCompte and Jasmine Surti.

Mercer County Board of Elections: How to vote safely in the 2020 general election

Voting for the Nov. 3, 2020 election will be different than entering a voting booth and pressing the buttons for preferred candidates.

Lawrence Little League All-Stars win 4 straight to make District 12 title game

Lawrence Little League is becoming a formidable figure in the New Jersey District 12 Little League Tournament.

Letter: Thanks to Lawrence Township, Colonial Lake Park will continue to be salve for the...

The setting brings an incalculable benefit to the people of Lawrence Township as a sanctuary that the park now will continue to be.

Kevin Nerwinski: Clarification on charges against Lawrence Police officer

Remaining silent about the matter of charges against a Lawrence Police officer is not an option if I am to have any credibility with you.

Protein powder business Drink Wholesome finds new home in Lawrence

Entrepreneur and rowing coach Jack Schrupp pledges to use only "ingredients you can pronounce" in his new product

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