Adults and children ages 12 up are invited to join hundreds of bicyclists on a six-mile, late-night ride through the open meadows and woods.
Trenton graffiti artist Leon Rainbow worked with students and explained the differences between controlled and illegal urban art.
To celebrate the opening of their Lawrenceville Adoption Center for Rescued Pets, Pets Plus Natural is holding a grand opening party on Sunday, July 17.
Temperatures Wednesday through Friday are expected to hover in the mid 90s with heat indexes reaching 100 degrees.
Nancy Bergen, the new Lawrence Township recreation department superintendent, has an enthusiasm for recreation that’s contagious.
Whether it was a tennis racket or lacrosse stick in her hand, or an open book in front of her, Jane Lin was always at the top of her game.
Plans to redevelop U.S. 1 between the Brunswick Circle and Lake Drive, as well as a domed recreational facility at the former Coleman Suzuki site on Spruce Street were two major projects touched on by Mayor David Maffei during his annual state of the township address.
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Plenty of fireworks and festivals with live music will be available for the celebration of Independence Day this year in and around Mercer County.
By focusing on each moment at hand, the Lawrence High School girls’ track and field team put together a season filled with moments to remember for a lifetime.