Notre Dame Athletic Director Rich Roche felt that John McKenna loved God and family first, and Notre Dame High School second.
After being forced to pause meetings due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Amateur Astronomers Association of Princeton is finally back and looking at the stars.
Piano sales have spiked due to the pandemic, and with a new location in the Windsor Green Shopping Center, Jacobs Music is poised to take advantage of the increased demand.
This year’s nine seniors (one student chose not to participate) talk about their plans, shared a favorite high school memory and were asked to express their feelings about this year.
Lana Mueller, the long-time operations manager for the Lawrence Township Public schools ended her long years of service with the district at the end of May.
From ages 7 to 12, Katie Ciuffreda played baseball in the Lawrence Little League, and thanks to her great speed was the All-Star center fielder for three years.
On Feb. 22, Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law P.L. 2021, C 16, known as the “New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory, Enforcement Assistance, and Marketplace Modernization Act.”
In April 12, Lawrence High’s wrestling team staged an outdoor wrestling match with Hamilton West on the baseball field and senior Joelle “Joey” D’Angelo won a major decision at 120 pounds.
When Lana Mueller embarked on a career as a dental hygienist after graduating college, little did she realize the circuitous route her life would take.
With e-bikes, an additional trend is pumping up the action. Namely, the appeal for aging cyclists of motor-assisted bikes that can still allow enjoying fairly lengthy or hilly rides
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.
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.
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.
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.
Jack Yamniuk only spent the first four years of his life in Canada, but that was enough for the country’s national pastime to seep deep into his veins.
Prices are up and inventory is down—that’s the state of residential real estate in New Jersey’s capital region during the first months of 2021.
“The morning of January 3, 1777, was a bitterly cold one in Princeton, New Jersey,” writes Lawrence Township author David Price in the first chapter of his new book John Haslet’s World: An Ardent Patriot, the Delaware Blues, and the Spirit of 1776, just released by Knox Press.
A number of area organizations, including the Boys and Girls Clubs of Mercer County, have been working together to bring the African Link Initiative to life.
Briana Audet is a soccer player, first and foremost. While at Lawrence Middle School she was just hanging around, minding her own business in gym class, with basketball never on her mind. The problem was, Audet was too good to ignore.
Officials have struggled to meet demand for the coronavirus vaccine, leaving people confused and frustrated about how, where and when they can get it.
A six-month investigation by the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office has resulted in the arrest of 18 suspects and the seizure of some 1,000 grams of heroin, 1,000 grams of methamphetamine, 15 pounds of marijuana, 11 guns, six vehicles and more than $22,000 in cash.
Lawrence Township received a statewide award Dec. 14 that serves as the launching point for a series of new green projects throughout town.
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.
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.
The annual Send a Hero Home fundraiser purchases bus, train or airline tickets to send active military personnel home for the holidays.
The Lawrence Township Public Schools announced its plan for the rest of 2020, with students returning to some in-person learning by Nov. 30.