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Ewing Public Education Foundation supports students through scholarships, grants

The Ewing Public Education Foundation awarded $7,000 in scholarships and funded 25 grants totaling $32,751.

EASEL Animal Rescue League’s September rescues of the month

The EASEL Animal Rescue League is highlighting two pets for their Rescue of the Month, Kona and Puddin.

Ewing High grad Rachel Kochis uses art to help with physical, mental challenges

Ewing High School graduate and artist Rachel Kochis uses her art to communicate with a world that has sometimes overwhelmed her.

Ewing parent of four releases book on dealing with life as a single dad

Greg Wheeler's new book "Single Dad Essentials: The 12 Most Important Things Single Dads Need to Know" offers advice for other single fathers.

Young players a key to Ewing High boys’ soccer success in 2018

Charlie DeBlasio made a significant jump last year in his first year on the Ewing High School boys’ soccer team.

Returning veterans hope to propel Ewing High girls’ soccer to success

The Ewing High School girls’ soccer team has seen plenty of changes in four years so it’s reassuring to return a rock solid four-year player like Ally McConnell.

Classico Tomato Pies is setting a new standard for Trenton-style pizza

Fans of Trenton-style tomato pies will always argue about which one is best. Classico Tomato Pies, a one-year-old pizzeria in West Windsor, may be a new favorite.

New The College of New Jersey president Kathryn Foster ready to lead

Three months ago, Kathryn Foster became the second woman president of The College of New Jersey, once again succeeding a woman president who had been on the job for 19 years.

Ewing Then and Now: The fridge and the flu

Another chapter of “Destination: Ewingville” continues this month as local historian Helen Kull explores what happened to the Ewingville driving track area.

Enduring the heat at a summer craft show

Being a crafter means that I spend a lot of time making stuff to sell, either online or at craft shows. Craft shows are not for the meek or hyper-sensitive.

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I-195 ramp to I-295 in Hamilton closed for emergency repairs

Update: The left lane and shoulder on the ramp from Route 29/I-195 eastbound to I-295 southbound has been reopened. The right lane remains closed until further notice for emergency repairs.