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Ilene Black: A mother and her sons

I mean no disrespect to moms with girls. That’s a whole other article, for which I am not qualified to write. I’d be interested to hear the stories, though.

Helen Kull: A voice from Ewing’s past

The Township Historic Society started the year off for this column in January with a request for folks to consider recording their memories of life in Ewing in 2020, in their “Voices of Ewing” project.

Albert Rhodes chosen as new Ewing police chief

Albert Rhodes, new chief of the Ewing Police Department, used to enjoy being part of the action. Now, after a career in public service and working his way up the ranks, he can finally take a step back and observe.

Ewing twins a rare combo for co-op hockey program

When it comes to the Lawrence High co-op ice hockey program, which combines players from Lawrence, Ewing and Hightstown, Ewing isn’t usually a big contributor.

Scarce inventory is driving up the price of Central Jersey homes

Prices are up and inventory is down—that’s the state of residential real estate in New Jersey’s capital region during the first months of 2021.

Mercer County social media fans all in on ‘Naked Running Man’

Sreeni Nair, AKA the Naked Running Man, is a Ewing resident who has a strong affinity for both Ewing and Hopewell Valley

Grandkids help to inspire children’s book author Ginny Constance

Ginny Constance is the author and illustrator of “The Adventures of Cassie and Hip,” an undersea adventure story intended for young readers

Ilene Black: It’s a Dog’s Life. Or is It?

We are convinced that our dogs are reincarnated versions of my late parents.

Helen Kull: Revisiting 2020

I seriously doubt any of us would choose to revisit 2020—it was such a difficult and challenging year in so many ways.

Ewing and The College of New Jersey—standing strong together

Since 1930, when TCNJ relocated to Hillwood Lakes, The College of New Jersey and the Township of Ewing have stood strong together through good times and bad.

Trending Stories

Christine Wendland makes Bordentown home at HoopHouse

Christine Wendland, the owner, baker and chef behind the HoopHouse stand at the weekly farmers market, opened her first brick-and-mortar restaurant in the city.