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Mercer County and the communities within will receive a combined total of almost $187 million in aid from the federal government over the next two years.
Rider professor Mark Pearcy says public education can help citizens understand the workings of a democratic society and protect it from eruptions — such as the events on Jan. 6.
The mission of the youth chapter of People for Urban and Rural Education Youth is to help bridge the gap between students and academic resources.
Share My Meals, a Princeton-based nonprofit started last year to fight food insecurity, has expanded into Lawrence Township. Last month, the organization added Fedora Cafe as the fifth restaurant in its network of food suppliers.
We can now fight this virus with more than just social distancing, mask-wearing and keeping our hands clean and away from our faces.
This year, Jake Dallarda is fully confident about reaching the big dance and succeeding.
During this Covid epidemic, a lot of us are experiencing what it’s like to be someone who is hearing impaired
When it comes to the Lawrence High co-op ice hockey program, which combines players from Lawrence, Ewing and Hightstown, Ewing isn’t usually a big contributor.
Michael Ratcliffe says that among the numerous photographs in his newly released book, Trenton Firefighting, he is mostly fascinated by the old images of horse-drawn engines and steamers.