Sunday, March 18, 2018

Ewing Mayor Bert Steinmann looks ahead to the coming year

Mayor Bert Steinmann sat down with Bill Sanservino, Ewing Observer editor, in mid-January to discuss issues in the township. Here's part two of the interview.

Ewing High boys’ basketball prepares for a strong postseason run

Shelly Dearden relies on a pipeline of pride and tradition for her Ewing High School boys basketball team, and this year the head coach has turned to it as much as ever.

Ask Ewing’s Mayor: When is the revaluation happening?

What is the status of the township-wide property revaluation? In every edition of the Ewing Observer, Mayor Bert Steinmann answers readers’ questions.

The Great Flu Pandemic: A dark and tragic time in Ewing

While the headlines today warn of how strong and widespread the current flu strain is, it thankfully pales in comparison to the great world pandemic 100 years ago, which infected 500 million people worldwide.

Betting on Black: Two dogs are better than one

After we lost our dog Mojo in May 2017 to bladder cancer, we swore we would never get another dog. Nope, too painful, we’re too old. And we stuck to our resolve. For 221 days, almost to the minute.

Trenton Circus Squad lets Ewing teen live his dream while fighting his depression

If Brandon Coleman gets his wish—which has always been, incidentally, to run off and join the circus—his childhood dream of working in the big tops of the world will be the reality of his life thanks to the Trenton Circus Squad.

Ewing High girls’ basketball team looks to repeat as sectional champ

Dec. 19, 2014 feels like forever ago to Kiyla Peterson. It was then that the Ewing High School senior point guard made her first start for the girls basketball team. It’s 108 starts later and Peterson is preparing for her final state tournament run.

Domestic Violence Response Team celebrates two decades of giving victims a voice

Volunteers with the 20-year-old Domestic Violence Response Team provide victims of domestic violence with the tools, support and information they need following a crisis, whether that’s a temporary restraining order or shelter for the night.

Colorectal cancer rates on the rise among millennials

Findings of the study show that colorectal cancer rates have been increasing for every generation since 1950, and experts are at a loss to explain why.

Bordentown woman receives SNJBP’s 40 Under 40 award

Credit Union of New Jersey announced that Jaime Gangone has recognized as one of South New Jersey Business People’s (SNJBP) top 40 Under 40.

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TacoRito nearly ready for its Robbinsville Town Center opening

Robbinsville’s restaurant scene is set for a boost when the successful TacoRito restaurant opens a second location in Town Center this spring.