Home Ewing Observer
What do two cops, three crooks, eight doors, and a kilt-wearing killer have in common? They’re the moving parts in “Unnecessary Farce,” to be presented at Kelsey Theatre.
HomeFront’s Week of Hope begins Jan. 14. Anyone wanting to contribute to community change is welcome to participate.
R-Health to will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of their new Ewing direct primary care practice on Thursday.
Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy and Daisy Duck will go on a journey to the worlds of Disney classics when Disney On Ice presents Passport to Adventure at the Sun National Bank Center Jan. 5–8.
In two decades their menu has only changed four times, which appeals to the store's local customers.
Trey Lowe woke up in a hospital bed on Feb. 28, 2016 and knew that his life would be different.
Bruce White, who was reelected in November to the Ewing School Board, has spent more time as a member of the body than many people have in their entire careers.
The Ewing Art Commission and Art Has No Boundaries will feature the black and white pencil portraiture work of Ewing resident Amaris Brown for the January arts display at Ewing Town Hall.
The Blue Devils don’t have many experienced seniors, but their returning wrestlers are a source of hope.
As the nationwide opioid crisis continues to grow, more local organizations are trying to help people better understand the disease of addiction.
The construction to replace the Exit 67 ramp deck from I-95 northbound/I-295 southbound to Route 1 in Lawrence will begin this weekend.