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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.

Kayak to hidden nooks of Mercer Lake this summer

The Mercer County Park Commission will host several kayak tours of Mercer Lake in West Windsor this summer.

Cultural festival to celebrate the diversity of Mercer County

In celebration of Mercer County residents’ many ethnicities and countries of origin, the County will present the seventh annual Cultural Festival and Food Truck Rally on Saturday, June 17.

31 & Main Farmers Market manager discovers the importance of fresh foods

How did 31 & Main Farmers Market in Ewing begin, and what sets it apart from other farm markets in the Mercer County, New Jersey area?

Fisher Middle School principal to retire after 31 years at the school

In one capacity or another, Barbara Brower has walked through the doors of Fisher Middle School every September for 31 consecutive years.

Build a rainwater harvest barrel with the Ewing Green Team

The Ewing Green Team, with the AmeriCorps New Jersey Watershed Ambassador Andrew Garcia, will teach area residents how to build a rain barrel.

Ask Ewing’s Mayor: what’s going on at the GM site?

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

Kiwanis Club of Ewing names Students of the Month

As part of its Sponsored Youth Program, the Kiwanis Club of Ewing recognized Ewing High School students Olivia Czelusniak and Dylan Springett with its Student of the Month award for May.

Ewing Class of 2020 holds chili cookoff

The Ewing High School 2020 Parent Group held a Chili Cook Off on Saturday, May 20, 2017 at the Ewing Senior and Community Center.

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Lawrence Girl Scouts teach the art of healthy food to earn Silver Award

Lawrence residents Kelli Collins, Kaitlyn Maloney and Nicole Seeburger created placemats that promote healthy eating to earn the Girl Scout Silver Award.