Sunday, November 18, 2018

The (red) eyes have it

Did you ever go to bed looking perfectly normal and wake up looking like a cast member of The Walking Dead? No? How nice for you.

How to promote healthy lungs

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month, which serves as a time to raise awareness and understand the importance of lung health.

Pork Chop’s BBQ coming to Capitol Plaza in Ewing

Pork Chop's BBQ is opening up a second location in Ewing's Capitol Plaza. The Portuguese-inspired barbecue restaurant has leased a 2,700-square-foot space.

DCA opens affordable housing for working families in Ewing

NJ Department of Community Affairs staff celebrated the ribbon cutting of a 14-unit apartment building in Ewing for working families of limited financial means and for homeless households.

Ewing Schools receives $10K grant from Special Olympics of New Jersey

The Ewing Schools received a $10,000 Play Unified grant from the Special Olympics of New Jersey for the 2018-19 school year.

Ewing High to celebrate 20 years of Friday night football

Ewing High School Football will take on Cinnaminson Oct. 19 under the lights on Bruce Martz Field, marking 20 years of Friday night football.

Theater To Go brings ‘A Raisin in the Sun’ to Kelsey Theatre

An heroic struggle for dignity and the American Dream take center stage in “A Raisin in the Sun.”  Theater To Go is bringing the drama to Kelsey Theatre.

Three Ewing High School students save swimmer in distress

Three Ewing High School students jumped into action to save the life of a swimmer at the Ewing Senior Community Center.

Ewing voters pass $59.3M bond referendum to improve township schools

Ewing voters overwhelmingly approved a $55.3 million bond referendum yesterday to pay for vital repairs and improvements to township schools.

EASEL Animal Rescue League’s October rescues of the month

The EASEL Animal Rescue League is highlighting two pets for their Rescue of the Month, Luke Bryan and Domino.

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Racist Facebook posts shake up Hamilton Township School Board election

The Hamilton Post searched Hamilton Township school board candidates' Facebook accounts and found two had a history of offensive comments.