Saturday, February 17, 2018

Ewing Then and Now: Looking back and looking ahead

Helen Kull quizzes you on some local Ewing history trivia from her 2017 Ewing Observer columns. How many questions can you answer?

Ask Ewing’s Mayor: What are the uses for the reverse phone system?

What type of information does and/or can Ewing send out with its reverse phone system? Mayor Bert Steinmann answers readers’ questions.

Police arrest four in connection with Lanning Street murder

Two Ewing men and two from Trenton have been arrested and charged in connection with the shooting death of a Ewing man at his home in October.

A year-end look at the role of community news

In an era when “news” is often referred to as “fake news,” it’s easy for us in the news business to lose track of what we are really all about.

A lone Blue Devil plays for the Lawrence Hockey team

Meet Danny Cobb, a Ewing High student who is is playing for the Lawrence High hockey team as part of a co-op program with the school.

Ewing High wrestling team features a number of returning grapplers

Chris Seifert’s first two years drilling in practice against Ewing High School wrestling head coach Matt Dalessio were pretty lopsided.

Ewing High program integrates special needs students in phys-ed classes

The Unified Physical Education program enables special needs students to take part in games and activities just like anyone else at Ewing High School.

Letter: McMansion terminal at the airport is not necessary

Here are my thoughts and suggestions for defusing the airport dispute. It doesn’t matter if it is called an enhancement or expansion because these words are synonyms.

Betting on Black: a year’s worth of resolve

I am not a fan of New Year’s Resolutions. Mostly because if I do make any, I break them by Jan. 2.

EASEL Animal Rescue League contract awarded

Ewing Township has approved a contract with the EASEL Animal Rescue League to manage the Ewing Animal Shelter beginning in January.

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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.