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SAR Outstanding Citizen Award
The Othniel Looker Chapter of the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution Outstanding Citizen Award was recently presented to Lawrenceville High School senior Matthew Metz. Metz (center) is shown with his mother, Melissa Eagle, and Carl Jones, who presented the award. In March, the Red Hill High School winner, Steven Ramsaran, received the award for his school. The Othniel Looker Chapter of the SAR is based in Robinson and serves Crawford, Jasper and Lawrence counties.

City wide clean-up starts May 6 in Lawrenceville
LAWRENCEVILLE - Republic Services will begin collecting items for a city wide clean-up beginning on Wednesday, May 6.

Clean-up throughout the city will continue through Friday, May 8. City officials said everyone must have regular trash and items for city wide clean-up curbside by 6 a.m. on May 6.

Republic will provide a list of specific items which will and will not be collected. City officials said the list will be published as soon as it becomes available, however it is known that no toxic substances, tires, paint, electrical items, flammables or construction materials are allowed.

Residents are urged to call city hall at 943-2116 with questions.


Thursday, April 23, 2015

Kids' Corner

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Cemetery cleanup set for May 9 in St. Francisville
ST. FRANCISVILLE - Members of the St. Francisville community are needed to help clean the Oak Lawn and Catholic cemeteries.

Volunteers, friends and families are being asked to help with a cleanup beginning at 2 p.m. May 9. All trash, debris, sticks etc. need to be removed to spruce up the cemeteries for Memorial Day.

"Any amount of time given to help the cleanup would be a great opportunity to show pride in our city and also show respect and honor to those who have gone on," community officials said in a news release.

Those who plan to help are reminded to remove only trash. "Please do not remove any sping flowers or intact ararangements or any other tokens or items loved ones have placed on graves."


Friday, April 24, 2015
Local sports

Indians stretch winning streak to four
LAWRENCEVILLE - Lawrenceville High School's baseball team took advantage of every Mount Carmel miscue Wednesday, to hand the visiting Golden Aces a 9-3 setback at Unit 20 Ballpark.

The Indians, who improved to 5-4 with their fourth consecutive victory, batted around while taking control with four runs in the second inning and got a complete game from pitcher Thomas Mahrenholz.

Thursday, April 23, 2015


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