Sunday, February 17, 2019

Ewing Then and Now: Remembering the namesakes

Throughout the ’30s, and beyond, there was much construction necessary in Ewing to realize a campus among the woods and farmland.

Hair by Rhonda Kay: Specializing in all types of hair

Hair by Rhonda Kay may have just opened in 2017 but judging by the volume of clientele, you would think it was here forever.

Lamenting the loss of a long-time family friend

Saying good-bye is not an easy thing to do. But saying good-bye to people who have taken excellent care of you and your family for over 30 years is a nearly impossible task.

The College of New Jersey recalls its past Trenton ties

The College of New Jersey recently unveiled a new exhibit titled “Our Trenton Roots” in the lobby of Trenton Hall on the college’s Ewing campus.

How to treat varicose veins

Dr. Honesto M. (Sto) Poblete from RWJ Vein and Vascular Surgery in Hamilton offers insight to this common condition.

Central New Jersey Ballet Theatre brings ‘Nutcracker’ to Bordentown, Ewing

The Central New Jersey Ballet Theatre will present "The Nutcracker" at Villa Victoria in Ewing and the Carslake Community Center in Bordentown.

Turkey trot roundup: Run a 5K before your Thanksgiving meal

Eating turkey, watching football and running 3.1 miles. Every year, more people are adding 5K turkey trot races to their list of Thanksgiving Day traditions.

Ewing High senior takes the stage with Philly POPS Orchestra

When the Philly POPS Orchestra took the stage at the Trenton War Memorial in early October, they were joined by Ewing's Andrew Ashton.

Kelsey Theatre rings in holiday season with ‘A Christmas Story’

With tacky leg lamps and ruined turkey dinners, the holiday season commences at Kelsey Theatre with “A Christmas Story – The Musical.”

2018 election results: who won in your town?

The following is based on the unofficial election results from Burlington, Mercer and Middlesex counties.

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As Trenton Water Works receives new violations, its customers seek alternatives

Coming off the worst year in its history, Trenton Water Works received notice of three more state violations in January, continuing a cycle the utility has spent months trying to break.