Photographs by Lawrence Township resident Eddie Dzik are on exhibit through the winter in the historic barn at Terhune Orchards.
Mercer County Community College recently unveiled a multi-pronged program to educate citizens and empower them to become leaders within their communities.
As all of you may know, the municipal building is open to the public to conduct business with our various departments. Since the Pandemic still exists, we require that all persons wear masks while in the common areas of the building.
Incumbents Jo Ann Groeger and Kevin Van Hise and first-time candidate Robert Pluta won election to the Lawrence Township School Board in the Nov. 2 school election.
When Susan Rizzo began looking for a space that could serve as a combination art studio and gallery, little did she suspect that she would find what she was looking for just down the street.
Each semester, Carol Curtis cannot decide which class she wants to take. At 71 years old, she has audited a class nearly every fall and spring semester since 2011.
Leticia Kitio has been playing tennis at a high level all her life. But it was not until Sep. 22 of this year that the Lawrence High junior convinced herself she was pretty darn good.
Council members Chris Bobbitt and James Kownacki face no opponents in the Nov. 2 election and are assured re-election to the governing body. Both councilmen agreed to answer questions posed by the Gazette involving several issues confronting Lawrence Township over the course of their coming term.
This post reflects my personal opinion on vaccinations. If you have no interest in my opinion, please just move on. I am aware of my detractors and, as a result, I did not post this on any of our community Facebook pages—just on my own Facebook timeline, my own blog site, and in this column.
Thrifting can be an economical way for people to add to their wardrobe. But there are other reasons that people thrift besides saving money
If owning and running the Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market has been Joseph Kuzemka’s full-time job for a while, owning and running the new Out of Step Offbeat Boutique and General Store will now be his other full-time job.
Two local races on are the ballot in this year’s election on Nov. 2, but voters will choose between candidates on only one of them.
Here's a guide to what lies ahead in this year’s Nov. 2 election, including information on early voting, registration, submission of ballots, and other essential information to stay on top of the voting process.
Hurricane Ida trampled through—the winds and the flooding doing extensive damage. While most of us were sheltering in place, our firefighters, emergency medical technicians, police officers, and public works employees were out in the thick of it doing what was necessary to protect life and property.
A ghost on the left and a runner on the right, HomeFront, the Lawrence Township-based nonprofit whose mission is to eradicate homelessness, is turning their sprint for a cause scary.
Gwyn Moore has been playing goalie since her rec soccer days and there was one reason, more than any other, that drew her to the position. “I thought it was really cool that I got to pick the ball up with my hands,” she said.
At only 23, Eshaya Draper aims to be the ambitious and extremely young man taking charge. He is the new operations manager for Lawrence Township Public Schools, a position under the Superintendent’s Office.
Many towns within Mercer County area saw moderate levels of population growth over the last 10 years, according to information released last month by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Clifton J. Thompson is the new director of equity, diversity and inclusion at the Lawrence Township Public Schools.
The New Jersey State Button Society will lift its pandemic-induced pause button and celebrate its 80th anniversary tri-state button show at the Union Fire Company and Rescue Square Hall in Titusville on Sept. 11.
Recent Lawrence High graduate Hunter Rivera was always small as a child, and he seemed even smaller by playing travel ball with kids older than him. That, however, just gave him a bigger will to succeed.
The Mercer County Library System began operation in 1928 using bookmobiles to deliver books to residents of suburban and rural neighborhoods throughout the countryside beyond Trenton.
Treatment Plant Superintendent Taya Brown-Humphrey leads Trenton Water Works' efforts to ensure safe water is delivered to all its customers.
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.