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Comedian Eric Lyden to do Ewing High Class of 2021 post prom fundraiser June 7

Comedian Eric Lyden, a 1989 graduate of Ewing High School, will be returning to his hometown to bring some humor into the lives of his former classmates. Lyden is donating...

Stoneking: more movement, better health

Our nation is at a crossroads between health and our nation's health-care delivery system.

Ewing Pool Sharks mourn loss of co-captain “Big Mike” Payne

The Ewing Pool Sharks of the Central Jersey Senior Billiard League suffer their first major loss.

Betting on Black: Ancient curling iron causes quite the (hair) tangle

Recently I greeted my husband at the door with a curling iron hanging from my hair and tears in my eyes. Now THAT’S some seductive stuff.

Next Stop on Shabakunk Road: Vernam’s Dairy Farm

The Crozer/Vernam Dairy Farm stretches across both sides of the road down to the intersection at “Bull’s Alley” (today’s Green Lane)

‘Great leader’ Andie Barnes key for Ewing High lacrosse

Barnes will play soccer at Albright College next year, so she’s trying to soak in every moment of her final season of lacrosse

Ewing’s Nneka Ezeigbo an MVP for Robert Morris basketball

Northeast Conference Defensive Player of the Year was also Most Valuable Player of the NEC tournament after helping lead the Colonials to a tournament win

Ewing High School team wins New Jersey unified basketball title

Blue Devils overcame every obstacle to hold off defending champion Moorestown, 36-31, for the NJSIAA state crown March 17 at Rutgers

Memory Café will aim to help patients and caregivers alike

As the director of Greenwood House senior living and care community, Donna Sobel has witnessed the ongoing struggles of people with dementia and their caregivers

Ask the Doctor: Learn signs of stroke prevention

How do I know if I'm having a stroke?

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Ewing 18-year-old starts his own clothing line called BALK

At just 18 years old, Ewing resident and rap artist Shaheed Waddy started his own clothing line called BALK.