New sports center a dream come true for Schafers

New sports center a dream come true for Schafers

Shannon and Jonathan Schafer broke ground on their new sports center during a ceremony in July. Pictured are Ewing Councilman Kevin Baxter, Shannon, Jonathan, County Executive Brian Hughes and Ewing Mayor Bert Steinmann. By Jacquelyn Pillsbury After more than a decade of trying, Shannon Schafer and her husband, Jonathan, are finally going to see their […]

Ewing in review with Mayor Bert Steinmann

Ewing in review with Mayor Bert Steinmann

Mayor Bert Steinmann is optimistic that a number of development projects will get underway during 2016. (File photo by Albert Rende.) By Bill Sanservino Although Ewing Township has been one of the hot spots for development in Central Jersey in recent years, there’s still a lot to be done to see those plans translate into […]

PEAC and LIS host Caps for Cancer event

PEAC and LIS host Caps for Cancer event

Jackie Duncan and Sharon Gore at the PEAC Health and Fitness Caps for Cancer event held on January 15, 2016. On January 15, 2016, PEAC Health and Fitness, Rutgers Extension and Lawrence Intermediate School partnered to host a Caps for Cancer event. Lawrence Intermediate School 5th Grade student Abbie Duncan gathered friends, family and classmates […]

PEAC to hold February clothing drive

PEAC Health & Fitness is set to collect gently used clothing to benefit the Rescue Mission of Trenton February 2 through February 29, 2016. Clothing donations can be accepted at PEAC, located at 1440 Lower Ferry Road in Ewing. The Rescue Mission of Trenton is a non-profit organization set up exclusively for charitable and educational […]

Ewing Computer Learning Center to present Identity Protection program

The Computer Learning Center is set to present the free program, “Maintaining and Protecting Your Legacy,” on Tuesday, February 2, 2016 at 2 p.m. The session will take place in the Ewing Senior and Community Center located at 999 Lower Ferry Road. While exact numbers vary, most experts agree that about 15 million U.S. residents […]

Berdecia receives Guilding Light Award

Berdecia receives Guilding Light Award

Ewing resident Ana I. Berdecia, senior fellow with The John S. Watson Institute for Public Policy and director of the Center for the Positive Development of Urban Children at Thomas Edison State College, was honored with the Children’s Futures 2016 Guiding Light Award at the Wyndham Garden Hotel on December 11, 2015. Ewing resident Ana […]

Laundry around the clock at Wash N’ Roll

Dan Marrazzo, owner of Wash N’ Roll laundromat in Ewing Plaza, strives to change the public’s preconceived notions about laundromats. “The laundry business is way behind the curve with innovation,” Marrazzo said. “The rudimentary business concept is the same, but you can change the customer’s pleasure.” He readily admits most peoples’ experiences with laundromats were […]

After misstep, EHS wrestler Collins learns to keep his cool

After misstep, EHS wrestler Collins learns to keep his cool

Lavinsky Collins defeated Steinert’s Joe Verdi during a home match on Jan. 13, 2016. Ewing won 63-17. (Staff photo by Samantha Sciarrotta.) Sometimes, when prescribing an operation, surgeons say there is a need to cut and cause temporary pain in order to provide long-term health. That is the road Ewing High School wrestling coach Matt […]

Meals On Wheels of Trenton/Ewing expands across Mercer County

Meals on Wheels of Trenton/Ewing announced that it has recently broadened its service area and as a result has changed its name to Meals on Wheels of Mercer County. The group has provided home-delivered meals and related services to people in need in the Trenton/Ewing area for 43 years. With this name change, Meals on […]

EHS bowlers on a roll

EHS bowlers on a roll

The Ewing girls’ bowling team was undefeated through its first 13 matches this year. At rear are Kayla Ricketts, left, Keaghan Otto, Korin Ricketts and Amy Soto. At front are Louisa Scazzaro, left, Brianna Jobst, Amelia Baffuto, Raquel Sparano and Kaitlyn Leahy. (Photo by Suzette J. Lucas.) By Ken Weingartner After losing its top two […]

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