News and Noteworthy
Wetherbee students answered the call with their upcoming "Re' Trashin Fashion" show.
Phoenix Academy Lawrence hosted a Martin Luther King Jr. Service Day on Monday, January 19th.
The Work Study Program helps students finance the majority of the cost of their education, gives them real world job experience and bolsters their self-confidence.
The Lawrence Exchange Club honored seven Lawrence firefighters for heroism and bravery in connection with their actions at a 4 alarm fire on 30 Kingston Street where two young boys died and two firefighters were injured.
Ten students worked for two weeks, under the direction of artist David Fichter, on this beautiful and personal art installation.
The winner in this BBC Culture critics’ poll is Junot Diaz’s first novel, about New Jersey ghetto-nerd Oscar, who dreams of being the Dominican-American Tolkien and finding love.
National Grid Foundation celebrates giving more than $1 million over 10 years to United Way partners; 2015 grant awards $150,000 to meet rising need in local communities.
On January 12, 1912, workers in the American Woolen Company Mills in Lawrence, Massachusetts, opened their pay envelopes to find that their wages had been cut. They took to the streets in protest, beginning a history-making confrontation between labor and
The English Works Campaign and the City of Lawrence are pleased to announce that Mayor Dan Rivera has officially signed on to the English Works Campaign, as one more way to show his commitment to the city residents that want to improve their English langu
A total of 70 graduates of the Class of 2014 at Central Catholic High School were named Advanced Placement Scholars by the College Board’s AP Program in recognition of their exceptional achievement on the 2014 Advanced Placement Exams.