Home Ewing Observer
Around the 1860’s, in the limited vicinity of Ewingville, Ewing [Presbyterian] Church and Shabbakonk Road, which he considers his ‘neighborhood,’ John Hendrickson recalls that there were from 20 to 30 houses
There’s a big old gnarled tree on Broad Avenue. It sits outside our neighbor’s fence, with a grassy area between it and the street.
The first phase of homes in the Ewing Town Center is nearing completion, and the property is now officially open to the public for tours of its Witherspoon Neighborhood.
Melkamu Woldemariam has the best of both worlds. His position as an assistant professor of biology at The College of New Jersey affords him the opportunity to do the two things he loves—teach and conduct research.
Mercer County and the communities within will receive a combined total of almost $187 million in aid from the federal government over the next two years.
“I’m a professional barber. I make people feel good and look good. Mostly feel good,” says Joe Festa — affectionately known as the “Mayor of South Warren Street” in the heart of Trenton.
When Dario Doelatip walked his stepson into Curtis Lanes at age 6, he had no idea the impact it would make.
American Legion Ewing Post 314 on March 17 presented Jack F. Otto a Certificate of Continuous Membership for 60 years as a member in good standing.
American Legion Ewing Post 314 on March 16 presented Louis R. Slocum Jr. a Certificate of Continuous Membership for 70 years of being a member in good standing.