Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Tysean Cousar helps lead Ewing High track and field to success

Tysean Cousar has a way of defying the odds when he gets to championship track and field meets for Ewing High School.

Keeping Ewing green through the years

Many of you are undoubtedly familiar with the Ewing Green Team, while others may not be. Helen Kull breaks down the history of the program.

Shop-Rite, flower shopping and bold squirrels

Ilene Black's Ewing backyard is really pretty in summer, but in order for it to be pretty, she has to go flower shopping.

How to protect yourself from the sun

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. Just 15 minutes sitting under the sun’s ultraviolet rays can cause damage to your skin.

Ewing High School teacher is town hall artist of the month

The Ewing Art Commission and Art Has No Boundaries will feature works by painter Renee Pelletier Egan at town hall during in July.

Credit Union of New Jersey hosts Reality Fair at Ewing High

The Credit Union of New Jersey, in conjunction with the New Jersey Credit Union League, held a Financial Literacy Fair at Ewing High School in June.

Ewing cyclist marks quarter century biking in Anchor House fundraiser

To mark his 25th consecutive year on the ride this year, Steve Czelusniak has set a goal of raising $25,000 this year for the charity.

Ewing man sets world record, bowls a 300 game in under 75 seconds

Tim Emery has 13 perfect 300 games to his credit, but it’s his latest that separates him from the rest of the world’s bowlers.

Photos: Ewing High students shine at prom

Ewing High School students dressed to the nines for their 2017 senior prom.

Empower Yoga opens on Route 31 in Ewing

Empower Yoga, a hot Vinyasa style yoga studio, recently opened its doors in the retail area of Campus Town in Ewing.

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