News and Noteworthy
As part of Massachusetts College Application Week, each of the 112 Seniors from Lawrence International High School have applied to at least 2 colleges.
Thanks to a federal grant of $2.35 million, more Lawrence families will have the opportunity to place their children into a high quality pre-school program.
Two major environmental enforcement agencies cited the Habitat for Humanity homes at 100 Parker St. on Wednesday – not for violations, but for energy efficiency.
Massachusetts Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Maeve Vallely Bartlett and Lawrence Mayor Dan Rivera Thursday led a tour of Ferrous Site, Spicket River Greenway, Manchester Street Park and Campagnone Common, all park projects reflecting the more
Twenty-six years after teaching her first basic computer course, Dr. Ethel Schuster of Andover, is still teaching classes in the ever-evolving field of computer and information science (CIS), from applications to programming to security and web design.
Luis volunteers with an organization called Jumpstart, a national early education organization working towards the day that every child in America is prepared when they arrive in kindergarten.
The lab is part of a three-part suite located on the first floor of the Dimitry Building on Franklin Street, and it includes computer lab/teaching space, a media viewing room, and a group study room.
When 15 high school drill teams from throughout Massachusetts competed at Brockton High School recently, it was the Lawrence High School Junior ROTC Lancer Brigade that took home the prestigious Governor's Cup.
The 30-year-old Lawrence resident has been a steady visitor to the tutoring center since he began taking classes three years ago and credits it with helping him succeed. He is targeted to graduate with a business transfer degree in December.