Olympian and Trentonian Athing Mu is one of several success stories that sum up the Trenton Track Club’s motto: ‘Running is a way of life.’
Charles Feggans opens his novel “Miller Homes” as follows: “In this story, Miller Homes (in Trenton) is a community housing development known for warehousing low income people."
After being forced to pause meetings due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Amateur Astronomers Association of Princeton is finally back and looking at the stars.
On a sparkling mid-May afternoon, Ewing High baseball coach Dave Angebranndt was preparing for practice and needed two players to put the batting practice mat at home plate.
So….masks. There are those who don’t wear them. There are those who wear them. There are those who forget them in the car and have to run back and get them. There are those who have to wear them while they work. There are TV and movie superheroes who wear them because their costume requires it.
Megan Gasnick, Samantha Gorman, Amanda Demko, and Alli Uhl had traveled to Monmouth University in hopes of racing a fast relay time to solidify their spot in the national rankings
Ewing Township health administrator Teri Vacirca has been immersed in all things COVID these past several months, scheduling residents for vaccines and working on other COVID-related issues for the township. Workdays have been hectic and demanding, but she has found a respite tucked away in …
With e-bikes, an additional trend is pumping up the action. Namely, the appeal for aging cyclists of motor-assisted bikes that can still allow enjoying fairly lengthy or hilly rides
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
“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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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, 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.
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.
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.
Ginny Constance is the author and illustrator of “The Adventures of Cassie and Hip,” an undersea adventure story intended for young readers
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.
“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.
A number of area organizations, including the Boys and Girls Clubs of Mercer County, have been working together to bring the African Link Initiative to life.
In 2013, as the moving vans unloaded the furniture into his new Ewing Township home, Dan Montferrat looked over and waved at the young middle school girl dribbling a basketball in the driveway.
Officials have struggled to meet demand for the coronavirus vaccine, leaving people confused and frustrated about how, where and when they can get it.
A six-month investigation by the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office has resulted in the arrest of 18 suspects and the seizure of some 1,000 grams of heroin, 1,000 grams of methamphetamine, 15 pounds of marijuana, 11 guns, six vehicles and more than $22,000 in cash.