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Teachers arrested for alleged misconduct with students

Two teachers with ties to Plainsboro and West Windsor were arrested this month on charges that they engaged in criminal behavior with students.

FAA approves Trenton-Mercer Airport master plan

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has accepted Trenton-Mercer Airport’s updated Master Plan and approved its Airport Layout Plan for airspace and design standards.

Special Olympics New Jersey Summer Games to be held in Mercer County this weekend

Nearly 2,500 athletes will participate in the annual Special Olympics New Jersey Summer Games this weekend.

Pierrot Productions brings ‘Disaster! A Musical’ to Kelsey Theatre

Prepare to laugh as Pierrot Productions presents “Disaster! A Musical” at Mercer County Community College’s Kelsey Theatre.

Ballet Central New Jersey ‘Crimson Premieres’ concert to benefit Red Cross

Ballet Central New Jersey will present "Crimson Premiers" at Villa Victoria Academy Theater in Ewing to raise money for the American Red Cross.

Ewing High teacher facing charges after sending ‘inappropriate’ messages to student

Ewing High School teacher Chelsea Hahn was charged with three counts of child endangerment after she sent inappropriate  messages to a male student. 

Filling up on falafel: a tour of Mercer County’s falafel restaurants

Recently I enlisted a few fellow tasters from the office to make our way to five of the seven in Mercer County in search of the best falafel.

Ewing builds dog park with $100,000 donation from late township man

The John and Anna Karras Memorial Dog Park in Banchoff Park was paid for with $100,000 that Karras left in his will to Ewing Township on behalf of pets when the long-time Ewing resident died at age 84 in 2016.

Ewing High School top 10 seniors prepare for the future

The Ewing High School Class of 2018 will hold commencement exercises on Thursday, June 21, at CURE Insurance Arena in Trenton at 7 p.m.

Vacant Mercer County homes part of an elaborate housing scam

The deals were unbelievable. Renters could get a four bedroom house in Ewing Township for just $1,000 a month. And sometimes the landlord would just disappear after getting a deposit and never collect rent.

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Steinert High School top 10 seniors

Steinert High School students will graduate at the CURE Insurance Area in Trenton June 22 at 7 p.m. Here are the high school's top 10 seniors.