Monday, August 21, 2017

Discovery on the Delaware: Exploring the famous river’s forgotten islands

Writer Dan Aubrey explores several seemingly deserted islands in the Delaware River as it winds its way through Trenton and Ewing.

Veterans help bolster young Ewing Post 314 American Legion team

Both Justice Jones and Tristan Ryan provided a veteran presence on the youngest team that the Ewing Post 314 American Legion team has had in five seasons.

Ewing Eagle Scout recognized at Troop 43 court of honor

Ewing resident Nico Grillo was honored by Boy Scout Troop 43, based in Princeton, at an Eagle Scout Court of Honor June 23, at Nassau Presbyterian Church.

Ewing’s Davon Reed selected by Phoenix Suns in NBA draft

Davon Reed, Ewing native and University of Miami standout, has been playing basketball for as long as he can remember. Now, he'll be playing for the NBA.

Ask Ewing’s Mayor: Is there a noise ordinance?

Does Ewing have any kind of noise ordinance in effect? Mayor Bert Bert Steinmann answers readers’ questions.

Father and son are featured artists at Ewing town hall in August

The Ewing Arts Commission and Art Has No Boundaries will feature artwork by two generations of Ewing public servants as part of the Artist of the Month program.

Glen Roc Dance Shoppe celebrates 40 years

The Glen Roc Dance Shoppe in Ewing provides children, teenagers and adults with the opportunity to learn and a variety of dancing styles.

Ewing Then and Now: a capital idea in New Jersey

Federal City Road’s name derives from the fact that at one time, our fledgling country was considering locating the country’s permanent capital right here.

Remembering Mojo the Yorkie

Ewing's Ilene Black remembers her late dog Mojo in her August Ewing Observer column.

Reducing the risk of Lyme disease

I heard this spring and summer has been particularly bad for ticks. What should I know about Lyme disease?

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Trenton Water Works finds elevated levels of lead in drinking water

Trenton Water Works found elevated levels of lead in drinking water in some Mercer County homes and buildings, according to a notice mailed to customers.