Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Treating back pain beyond conservative methods

After getting more conservative treatment for back pain, the relief is starting to wane. What other minimally-invasive treatments are available?

Friends of the Ewing Library book sale a community effort

The Friends of the Ewing Library will be celebrating its 25th year this August, but they aren't waiting until then to celebrate. The group is hosting a book sale this month.

Ewing High School boys’ lacrosse continues to improve

The Ewing High School boys' lacrosse team has seen what everyone in the program is looking for—progress. They can measure it in the way that they’re playing and on the scoreboard.

Ewing High School softball team eager to return to state playoffs

The Ewing High School softball team has largely avoided talking about last year, but there is one thing they’d love to repeat from a year ago—another shot at a sectional championship.

Debbie Marks Lake posthumously inducted into Mercer County Soccer Hall of Fame

Debbie Marks Lake’s posthumous induction into the Mercer County Soccer Hall of Fame honored only one of her talents. The former Ewing High School star was good at many things.

Ewing’s ‘dogtor’ Quincy is in the house

Meet “Dogtor” Quincy, a Ewing therapy dog who has become something of a local celebrity. His mom, Karen March, said Quincy is "the only doctor who never tell anybody what to do. He’s just there.”

After overcoming many obstacles, Lalena Lamson named Ewing Officer of the Year

When Lalena Lamson was hired by the Ewing Police in 2003, she felt that as one of only two women in the department she had to work extra hard to prove herself to her fellow officers. During the intervening years, she’s done that and more.

Betting on Black: got the bathing suit blues

The mere typing of the words “bathing suit” makes the hair on the back of my neck stand up. I don’t like bathing suits. I do, however, like the beach and the pool.

Ewing Then and Now: remembering veterans of the Revolutionary War

In honor of Memorial Day this month, Helen Kull highlights some local Revolutionary War history, and the local veterans that fought in that struggle.

Who is responsible for keeping the Shabakunk Creek clean?

Two recent Nor’easters have swept through Ewing Township leaving fallen trees and other debris in the Shabakunk Creek. Who is responsible for removing the trees, branches and other debris from the creek?

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