Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Ewing school board, superintendent Michael Nitti agree on 5-year contract

The Ewing Township Board of Education and superintendent Michael Nitti have agreed to a new 5-year contract.

MedExpress Urgent Care opening new Ewing location

MedExpress Urgent Care, a neighborhood health care provider, is opening a new medical center in Ewing on Aug. 15.

TCNJ, PSE&G, Ewing first responders conduct gas emergency response exercise

The College of New Jersey and Public Service Electric and Gas Company, recently conducted a gas safety exercise with Ewing Township police, fire and emergency medical services.

Ewing Art Commission features multi-medium emerging artist Rachel Kochis

The Ewing Art Commission and Art Has No Boundaries will feature work by multi-medium artist Rachel Kochis at Ewing Town Hall through the end of August.

Ewing police search for two Walgreens shoplifting suspects

Ewing police are asking for the public's assistance to help identity two suspects who allegedly shoplifted from a Walgreens on Olden Avenue.

Credit Union of New Jersey named best in state

The Ewing-based Credit Union of New Jersey has been named Best-In-State of New Jersey by Forbes.

Ewing High School recognizes senior student athletes

Ewing High School celebrated the accomplishments the school’s 2018 senior student-athletes at the annual Senior Athletic Awards Night.

Independents to run against Ewing Democrats in November election

Three independent candidates are running against Mayor Bert Steinmann and incumbent council members Sarah Steward and Kathleen Wollert in the Nov. 6 general election.

New owners, same traditions at treasured roadside ice cream stand Cream King

Cream King, the treasured ice cream oasis, opened in the mid-1950’s and has changed little since. But there has been one change this year. Cream King is under new ownership.

For Ewing Special Olympics coach, it’s not about winning

For Special Olympics coach Megan Lipski, the scoreboard doesn’t tell you the whole story.

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I-195 ramp to I-295 in Hamilton closed for emergency repairs

Update: The left lane and shoulder on the ramp from Route 29/I-195 eastbound to I-295 southbound has been reopened. The right lane remains closed until further notice for emergency repairs.