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Ewing K9 officer helps sniff out record cocaine haul

Ewing Police Officer Brittney Fornarotto and her K9 Jax helped search out $1.1 billion in cocaine during a record drug bust at the Port of Philadelphia in June.

Betting on Black: At least there were pity pickles

Recently, I made plans with dear friends of mine to have lunch. Greg and Julie live in Florida and they were up in New Jersey visiting family and friends.

Ask the mayor: When will the dog park be finished in Banchoff Park?

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

Amir Siddiqu named new Ewing High School boys’ basketball coach

The Blue Devils boys’ basketball team is busy every day preparing for the season under new head coach Amir Siddiq

Thoughts on D-Day 75 years later

Former Ewing councilman Don Cox shares some reflections on the anniversary of the D-Day Invasion.

International Overdose Awareness Day: shining light on an epidemic

Hopewell's Woolsey Park will be site of Mercer County Overdose Awareness Day on Aug. 27.

Local volunteers help save 52 dogs from Trenton hoarder house

In June, a PSEG worker found a home emitting a raucous onslaught of barking and an overpowering stench. It turned out that 52 dogs were living there in disgusting hoarding conditions.

Court documents detail abuse allegations against Ewing cop accused of killing infant daughter

During her short life, Hailey Bannister suffered from broken bones, bruises and a brain bleed, which ultimately wound up being fatal

Ewing motorcyclist killed in July 29 traffic collision

Police, county prosecutor are investigating the two-vehicle accident that resulted in one fatality

Ewing police officer arrested, charged with murder of 3-month-old daughter

Child died in December 2018 having suffered fractured skull, other serious injuries

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Grocer Lidl announces plans to open in Lawrence Shopping Center

Less than a year after Lawrence Shopping Center lost the tenant of its supermarket anchor, a new grocer has confirmed it will be filling the spot: Lidl.