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Jon Solomon brings WPRB music marathon home for the holidays

True shared experiences are lacking in the COVID-19 era, but Jon Solomon is here to make sure we have at least one before the year wraps up.

Volunteers help Homefront provide amid pandemic

Homefront has distributed more than double the number of groceries and other basic essentials in 2020 than in a normal year.

Kevin Nerwinski: Time to hunker down and fight the good fight

We are in the midst of what the health professionals have been warning us for months. It is time for us to do all we can to reduce the spread of the virus.

Lawrence Board of Education race decided by 43 votes

Michele Bowes, Gregory Johnson and Patricia Hendricks Farmer will start new terms on the Board of Education in January 2021.

Citing COVID surge, Lawrence schools return to remote learning

Lawrence Township Public Schools will spend the rest of 2020—and a bit of 2021—in full-remote instruction.

LHT walking club to visit Mount Rose Distillery segment Nov. 14

2-Mile trek starts off Carter Road in Hopewell Township

Lawrence Knights of Columbus to send troops home for the holidays

The annual Send a Hero Home fundraiser purchases bus, train or airline tickets to send active military personnel home for the holidays.

Parents question fairness of Lawrence school district’s remote plan

The Lawrence Township Public Schools announced its plan for the rest of 2020, with students returning to some in-person learning by Nov. 30.

Lawrence’s Living in Love Food Pantry Garden donates 7 tons of food

What started as a labor of love has yielded more than 5,000 pounds of food for local people in-need this year.

Amazon seeks approval to use Lawrence warehouse as last-mile hub

The warehouse at 10 Princess Road, off Princeton Pike and Interstate 295 in Lawrence, would be almost a 24/7 facility.

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Hamilton replaces Winter Wonderland with Holiday in the Park for 2020

Winter Wonderland will return in the upcoming years when it is safe for it to be held, Hamilton Township officials said.