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TCNJ women’s track and field runs nation’s fastest 4×400 meter relay

Megan Gasnick, Samantha Gorman, Amanda Demko, and Alli Uhl had traveled to Monmouth University in hopes of racing a fast relay time to solidify their spot in the national rankings

TCNJ track and field student-athletes reflection on overcoming Covid

Ever since the global pandemic began, there have been circulating questions on how someone overcomes what they are going through

Helen Kull: Artifacts of Ewing’s past

This month we reminisce one last time with Patricia Whitehead Stoner and her reflections on Ewing’s past, as recorded by her in 1940.

TCNJ track and field prepares for conference championships

It has been over one year since The College of New Jersey track and field team stepped on an outdoor track and took to competition

Ask the mayor: Can I get reimbursed if a plow destroys my mailbox?

From time to time Ewing Mayor Bert Steinmann answers questions posed by readers or members of the Ewing Observer’s staff.

Ilene Black: Generations separated by a common language

I’m asking nicely here. I’m not begging. But I am strongly requesting that people stop changing the English language on us senior citizens.

Mercer County Stables offers outdoor programs and more

Ewing Township health administrator Teri Vacirca has been immersed in all things COVID these past several months, scheduling residents for vaccines and working on other COVID-related issues for the...

Ewing mayor talks about the state of the township in 2021

The Ewing Observer interviewed Steinmann in mid-April to discuss various issues impacting the township.

Ewing native Susan Nelson a handbell star

Handbell music composer Susan Nelson is a rock star in Estonia.

Hopes are high for Jaden Leggett on Notre Dame track team

Ewing resident Jaden Leggett is fast, but even he couldn’t outrun the COVID shutdowns in the spring of 2020.

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