Thursday, May 25, 2017

Can men get spider veins?

Concerned about your health? Experts from Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton are ready to answer readers’ questions.

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.

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?

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.

East Sushi’s menu offers a wide array of Asian dishes

“Asian fusion” is a pretty common term these days. But in Ewing, about 14 years ago, Tony Yu was at the forefront of offering Chinese and Japanese cuisine in the same restaurant.

Ewing High boys’ basketball takes Central Jersey Group III crown

Ewing came up just short of winning the Group III state championship in a 74-68 loss to Teaneck.

Ewing High girls’ basketball wins first sectional title in 17 years

Ewing ended its season with a heartbreaking 58-57 overtime loss to Ocean City, but their CJ III title got them over a huge hump.

Ewing Then and Now: A life spent devoted to service

I personally learned a lot about the Katzenbach School while researching March’s column, and became intrigued by the naming of the school to honor a long-time advocate for the deaf.

Easel animal rescue chooses new executive director

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

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.

Most Read

Lawrence High special needs students compete with unified track team

Lawrence High School’s unified track and field team allows special needs students to compete alongside their varsity peers.