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Stoneking: Basic stretching guidelines

To help the body maintain the ability to perform normal activity there must be a proper amount of flexibility in the joints and muscles.

April 24 panel to discuss dangers of ‘the overparenting trap’

Overparenting and the college ‘arms race’ will be the be focus of the April 24 event about student mental health and wellness.

Police vests for man’s best friend: Ewing, Lawrence K-9’s to get body armor on April...

A police dog in the line-of-duty faces the same threat of deadly force and imminent danger as a police officer

MCCC student art on view in April

The work of visual Arts students at Mercer County Community College will be on display in the Gallery at Mercer as the college presents its annual Visual Arts Student Exhibition through April 25.

Soul food meets teriyaki at J&C

Food reporter Joe Emanski only had to look at the menu for J&C Teriyaki in Ewing for a minue to know that it was someplace I wanted to try.

Arnolds make Ewing Police Department a family affair

Four officers recently graduated the academy and joined the Ewing Police Department, including the Arnold siblings, Chelsea and Stephen

Flexible future: Universal Display Corporation is innovating with foldable screens

Universal Display Corporation, the Ewing-based company, is paving the way to a new era in wild electronics screen designs.

Shelly Dearden to retire after 32 years at Ewing High

Shelly Dearden is retiring from coaching and teaching after more than three decades—the last 32 years with her alma mater Ewing High.

Edward-Chew looking forward to strong spring track season

Dahva’e Edward-Chew turned his initial disappointment of not playing basketball into an opportunity to excel in track and field.

CUNJ donates to SERV technology center

The Credit Union of New Jersey Foundation recently donated $25,000 to SERV Behavioral Health System.

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Yaede touches on entertainment district, township controversies in State of Hamilton address

Four years ago, Hamilton Mayor Kelly Yaede “had a vision” for the township’s future. Now it could become a reality, Yaede said in her final State of Hamilton address before she faces re-election.