Saturday, February 17, 2018

Remembering Mojo the Yorkie

Ewing's Ilene Black remembers her late dog Mojo in her August Ewing Observer column.

Nova Trattoria more than just a pizza restaurant

Their menu is more diverse than the typical pizzeria menu, with something for just about everybody.

Gardening with the right tools

By Craig DupéeThere are several things that excite me in life, and one of those moments is when I discover a unique plant or a new garden tool. At...

107.7 The Bronc to hold car giveaway

After Rider University graduates have finished their walk across the commencement stage, one will also be driving away in a new car.

Zonta Club awards scholarships to county women

Zonta Club of Trenton/Mercer awarded the 2014 Grace Brauninger Scholarshipduring its monthly meeting at Villa Maria Restaurant Aug. 8. Club co-president Suzanne Methot awarded $2,500 to Ewing resident Kristy Sutterley...

Ewing native Alan Van Saun graduates as valedictorian of U.S. Naval War College

A Ewing High School alumnus who was born and raised in the township, Van Saun credits its diverse cultural landscape and the high school’s faculty for giving him the tools and experiences to thrive in new environments.

After car accident, Lowe begins journey toward Temple basketball comeback

Trey Lowe woke up in a hospital bed on Feb. 28, 2016 and knew that his life would be different.

Betting on Black: To autocorrect or not to autocorrect?

How would you like to get a text that reads, “hopw wash ur donut”? Or “chuck urine box”? Would you worry about me? Would you think I finally went...

EASEL Animal Rescue League’s November rescues of the month

Cold and Fino are just two of the many pets that are looking to find their forever homes at the EASEL Animal Shelter.

Stylists train hard at Paul Mitchell Lab

According to Federal Aviation Administration rules, it takes 40 hours of flight time in order to earn a pilots’ license. At the Paul Mitchell Lab in Ewing, students need 600...

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State, local officials go to war with embattled Trenton Water Works

The water flowing out of the taps of Trenton Water Works’ customers is safe to drink. But, with repeated operational issues eroding trust in the quality of water, scores of local and state officials are working to ensure it stays that way.