Sunday, February 23, 2020

Trenton Water Works begins lead service line replacement program

Homes were selected on a “first come, first served” basis with more than 7,000 home owners registered

Helen Kull: Suffering for suffrage

Not only is 2020 a presidential election year; it also marks the centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment.

Jentle Sheridan excels on the court and in the classroom for EHS girls’ basketball

Jentle Sheridan has assumed an increased leadership role as the most experienced returning player for the Blue Devils girls' basketball team.

Mercer County Police Academy graduates 22nd class

Sixty-one cadets who made up the 22nd basic class of police officers took part in today’s Mercer County Police Academy commencement held in the gymnasium at Mercer County Community College

Hike in winter? This Mercer County workshop may convince you to give it a try

Think winter is the wrong time to break out the backpacks? If you attend John Lambdin's Winter Family Hike workshop on Jan. 19, he may just convince you

I-295/Route 29 bypass by Scudder Falls Bridge to close starting Jan. 20

Detour expected to last 3 weeks, but could be more. Affecting Route 29 northbound traffic only

Ewing’s Reid wants teammates to feed off her positive energy

Reid is a serious bowler who also likes to make the sport a lot of fun

Ask the Doc from RWJ: Hospital visits, explained

Some frequently asked questions about hospital visits

Ewing native races ’67 Chevelle that he rebuilt with his sons

There’s a 1967 Chevelle somewhere in Ewing right now with a story that spans three generations. The vehicle might look like it’s seen better days, boasting a rust-colored exterior that...
Nick McPheeters

Nick McFeeters adds variety to Ewing Blue Devils swim squad

McFeeters is also a center fielder for the Ewing baseball team, and he does marching band, jazz band and pit orchestra

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Township manager Kevin Nerwinski talks the state of Lawrence in 2020

Lawrence editor Bill Sanservino sat down with township municipal manager Kevin Nerwinski on Jan. 17 to talk about the state of the township as it enters a new decade