Monday, May 29, 2017

Reopened Boehm Showroom looks to recapture its glory days

It’s a good thing that Bob Arace likes birds, since he’s practically surrounded by them, both at home, and at work at the Boehm Porcelain Showroom in Trenton.

Ask the Mayor: What is Ewing’s plan for open space preservation?

In every issue of the Ewing Observer, Mayor Bert Steinmann answers questions from our readers.

Pop-up shop set to offer a taste of France May 5 and 6

French crafters, artists, designers and more will come together May 5 and 6, 2017 at the Oh-la-la Ephermeral Boutique, a pop-up shop that aims to bring a little bit...

Ewing students of the month awarded

As part of its Sponsored Youth Program, the Kiwanis Club of Ewing recognized two students from Ewing High School with its Student of the Month award.

Ewing mayor sees continued economic growth and development

The Ewing Observer editor recently sat down with Mayor Bert Steinmann to talk about the progress of those projects, future development in the town and issues involving the state of the township in general.

Back in Action more than just a chiropractic office

Dr. Doris Soernssen-Hahn has been in practice at Back in Action Chiropractic in Ewing for about 17 years.

Senior captains look to drive improving Ewing High boys’ lax

Ewing seniors Connor Delaney and Russell Stackhouse saved their best for last.

Unger back at full strength for Ewing Blue Devils girls’ lax

Caroline Unger is back to doing what she loves best – running up and down the lacrosse field to help the Ewing High School girls team in any way she can.

Ewing Then and Now: Stories of Trenton Junction

The West Trenton portion of Ewing has yet another treasure for us to explore! And, it’s brand new and more than 100 years old all at once.

Betting on Black: Drive up and drop ‘em showers

After a baby shower, Ilene Black comes up with a plan to streamline the entire party.

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