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Blueberries are New Jersey’s official state fruit, and each year, Terhune Orchards kicks off summer with the Blueberry Bash.
A bargaining session of the Lawrence Township Education Association and the Lawrence Board of Education negotiations teams produced a tentative settlement earlier this week.
Lawrence High School held their annual senior awards ceremony on Thursday, June 8.
The Mercer County Park Commission will host several kayak tours of Mercer Lake in West Windsor this summer.
Eldridge Park School in Lawrence and Yardville Elementary School in Hamilton were named 2017 Schools and Districts of Character by Character.org.
Certified technicians will be in Lawrenceville this Saturday to inspect child car and booster seats for safety, correct usage and installation.
In celebration of Mercer County residents’ many ethnicities and countries of origin, the County will present the seventh annual Cultural Festival and Food Truck Rally on Saturday, June 17.
Lawrence Elementary School was one of 34 New Jersey schools to receive a grant from Sustainable Jersey for Schools at an event held April 25.
Lawrence High School softball player Melissa Rothenberg discusses how she improved for her senior season.
Lawrence residents Kelli Collins, Kaitlyn Maloney and Nicole Seeburger created placemats that promote healthy eating to earn the Girl Scout Silver Award.