The Lawrence Township Police Department released the 2013 crime statistics this month, indicating that last year was the second safest in the past 25.
At the April 16 Lawrence Township Council meeting, the first order of business was recognizing a member of the community with a proclamation.
Lawrence residents are able to utilize the township’s online property search. Residents can find property data such as yard waste and garbage collection zones for their homes.
On Friday, April 25 at 12 noon there will be an Arbor Day ceremony held at the New Jersey National Guard Armory located at 101 Eggerts Crossing Road, Lawrence Township.
Tonight, April 16, at 6:30 p.m., Lawrence Township Council will meet in council chambers in the municipal building.
As a result of its aggressive pursuit of Hurricane Sandy reimbursement funds, Mercer County Executive Brian M. Hughes reports that to date more than $12 million has been awarded to the county, its constituent municipalities and eligible non-profit agencies.
The Mercer County Department of Transportation and Infrastructure is set to begin construction at the intersection of Quakerbridge and Youngs roads in Hamilton Township on Monday, April 21.
Mercer County Park Lake will host the Paddle for Pink Dragon Boat Festival, New Jersey’s largest community Dragon Boat Festival hosted by the Machestic Dragons, New Jersey’s first breast cancer survivor’s dragon boat team.
On Wednesday, April 30, at 7 p.m., professor emeritus in English and Jewish Studies at Rutgers University, Daniel Harris, will read from his recent collection of poems at the Lawrence Library. The works are entitled “Random Unisons” and “Loose Parlance.”
From potty-training advice to philanthropy work, the Lawrenceville MOMS Club, which stands for “moms offering moms support,” provides Lawrence mothers with a little bit of everything.