Sunday, February 17, 2019

Chipotle-style Korean BBQ comes to Princeton

If you’re looking to dip your toe in the waters of Korean cuisine, KBG is a sensible place to start. But if you’re hoping to have an authentic international experience, KBG probably isn’t the place to find it.

Ewing 18-year-old starts his own clothing line called BALK

At just 18 years old, Ewing resident and rap artist Shaheed Waddy started his own clothing line called BALK.

Olivia Ross a quiet leader on young Ewing girls’ bowling team

Olivia Ross is admired by bowling teammates and opponents alike for her ability to pick up spares, but it wasn’t always that way for the Ewing High School junior.

St. John’s pastor celebrates 40 years

Vincent Jackson never would have guessed he’d be Rev. Jackson, pastor of Ewing’s St. John’s Baptist Church for 40 years.

EASEL Animal Rescue League’s February rescues of the month

The EASEL Animal Rescue League is highlighting two pets for their Rescue of the Month, Heath and Dolly Parton.

Ray’s Sub Shop: More than just one menu item

Say Belly Buster to anyone from Ewing or The College of New Jersey and they will instantly know you are talking about their local favorite sandwich shop, Ray’s Sub Shop.

Ewing Then and Now: Celebrating the builders

This month we’ll consider a “Now” current happening in Ewingville, rather than a “Then” event or location in Ewingville from a century or more ago!

Beauty is more than skin deep

As Ewing Observer columnist Ilene Black prepared for her son's wedding, she learned a few lessons about makeup, beauty, and under-eye circles.

PSE&G to inspect gas meters in Ewing, Princeton and Bordentown

PSE&G will be inspecting natural gas meters in Bordentown City, Bordentown Township, Ewing and Princeton to ensure the continued safety and reliability of gas services.

Ewing man arrested for Trenton murder

A 20-year-old man was arrested on Wednesday night and charged with the November 2018 shooting death of Eric Severino.

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As Trenton Water Works receives new violations, its customers seek alternatives

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