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Off-season work pays off for Ewing High RB Gabe Abel

Gabe Abel has to be credited for his honesty. The Ewing High senior doesn’t try to paint a well-sculptured, physical picture of himself as a youngster

New live-streaming app aims to put DJs back in TheClub

Darrel Frater's live-streaming app, TheClub, enables DJs to host public and private parties digitally.

What you need to know before you vote in the Nov. 3 general election

The process of voting, details on how to register or update your registration and how to check online to ensure your ballot has arrived.

Ewing Democrats: We are focused on quality of life for residents

Three Democratic council members—council president Jennifer Keyes-Maloney, council vice president David J. Schroth, and Kevin Baxter — are running for re-election this year, unopposed by any Republican candidates on...

5 running for 3 school board seats in Ewing

We surveyed the candidates for Ewing school board this year. Here are their responses

New deadline the latest hurdle to 2020 Census accuracy

As we approach the finish line for the 2020 Census, enumerators in New Jersey are facing serious obstacles to achieving a fair and complete count.

Natischa Clark promoted to lieutenant of Mercer County detectives

Mercer County Prosecutor Angelo J. Onofri recently announced the promotions of six members of his investigative staff, including the second female chief of detectives in Mercer County history and...

Kidsbridge goes virtual in programming and fundraising

Kidsbridge will host a movie night Sept. 26 featuring Frozen II to raise funds to support “Kidsbridge Connects”

Ewing’s Babe Ruth national champs celebrate the 50th anniversary of their historic win

Fifty years ago this month, a group of teenage boys from Ewing Township accomplished a feat that has remained unmatched in township athletic history. Against all odds, the township’s team won the Babe Ruth League’s 1970 World Series.

Ewing residents band together to help feed needy families

For Patrick Jones, a special education teacher for the Ewing Public Schools, a single text message was all it took for him to jump into action to help feed the food insecure.

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