Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Sculptures from five Ewing High students featured in county art show

Five Ewing High School students from Taylor Hughes’ Ceramics 1 class have their sculptures on display at Artworks Trenton through April 25, as part of the Mercer County Youth Art Month Exhibition.

Mercer Muslim community seeks to educate following ban, shooting

The members of the Islamic Circle of Mercer County know what people say about Islam. They also know that not everybody knows what Islam is all about. And that is what they’re looking to change.

Betting on Black: The battle for best-dressed

My husband and two sons (ages 35 and 31) wear the same size clothes and shoes. This solidarity sounds wonderful, doesn’t it?

Ewing democrats host meet the candidates forum

Approximately 150 people gathered in the Mountain View Clubhouse this morning to meet with Ewing Mayor Bert Steinmann and other politicians to discuss the needs of their community.

Easel animal rescue chooses new executive director

Wendy Sturgeon has been installed as the new executive director of Easel Animal Rescue League.

When Springsteen is your brother, taking photos comes easy

The Lawrence Gazette interviewed Pamela Springsteen about her career, photographing her brother, and a Princeton exhibit.

Boy Scouts visit Ewing Kiwanis Club

Bruce Wentworth, scoutmaster of Boy Scouts of America Troop 15 and Life Scout Timilehin Akinosho were dinner guests at a recent Ewing Kiwanis Club event in celebration of the club’s 100th anniversary.

Ask Ewing’s Mayor: How can we get people to clean up after their dogs?

In every edition of the Ewing Observer, Mayor Bert Steinmann answers readers’ questions.

Steinert High vice principal loved soccer at first kick

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Officials grow concerned as senior fire deaths trend upward

As the Mercer County Fire Marshal’s Office reviewed fire deaths from 2016, the role of reaction time came to the fore because all five fatalities involved individuals 55 and older.

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