Monday, November 19, 2018

Pho, flautas, beer bars: area restaurant scene shakeup continues

Few retail sectors are as dynamic as the restaurant business, and the scene in and around Mercer County has been changing in dramatic fashion over the past year.

Prykanowski challenges Steinmann for the job of Ewing mayor

Two candidates are running for the job of mayor of Ewing Township: incumbent Bert Steinmann and challenger Ron Prykanowski.

Blue Devils football’s Chris Seifert embraces role as selfless player

Chris Seifert understands and lives the Ewing High School football mantra: “Surrender me for we.”

Two incumbents running for three open seats on Ewing School Board

Two incumbents on the Ewing School Board, Lisa McConnell and Anthony Messina, are running for three open seats. A third board member may be elected if they receive write-in votes.

Upcoming musical production tells the story of American pioneers

The story of the American pioneers is told in "Pioneer Songs," Ewing resident Eric Houghton’s epic meditation on the courage of those who blazed the western frontier.

Four candidates seeking election to Ewing Council

Four candidates are seeking election to two seats on Ewing Council. Incumbents Kathleen Wollert and Sara Steward are being challenged by Richard LaRossa and Kate McKinley.

Influx of new runners bolster Ewing High School cross country

Ryan Webster is at the end of his cross country career, while Makayla McCloskey is just beginning. Both found just what they were looking for this season.

EASEL Animal Rescue League’s November rescues of the month

The EASEL Animal Rescue League is highlighting two pets for their Rescue of the Month, Larry and Zach.

Over 20 pounds of prescription drugs turned in during county’s Take-Back Day

Mercer County residents turned in over 20 pounds of unused or expired prescription drugs for disposal during the county's Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.

The state teachers college comes to Ewing Township

The N.J. State Normal School was one of a few teachers colleges in the country, and welcomed its first 15 students on Oct. 1, 1855 to classrooms in Ewing.

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Racist Facebook posts shake up Hamilton Township School Board election

The Hamilton Post searched Hamilton Township school board candidates' Facebook accounts and found two had a history of offensive comments.