Wednesday, March 20, 2013
The work on Ewingville Road, between Route 31 and Federal City Road, in Ewing Township, is expected to being today, March 20, and take about 10 days to complete, weather permitting.
The Mercer County Department of Transportation and Infrastructure is scheduled today (March 20) to begin milling and resurfacing work on Ewingville Road, between Route 31 and Federal City Road, in Ewing Township. The work is expected to take about 10 days to complete, weather permitting. On week days during the work period, that stretch of Ewingville Road will be closed to “through traffic” from about 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Access for businesses and residents will be allowed, however. The following detours will be in place:
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
A crew of firefighters from Lawrence Township helped battle the fire on Sixth Street early today, Jan. 29.
Ewing Township’s three volunteer fire companies, aided by a crew from Lawrence Township’s Lawrence Road Volunteer Fire Co., battled a blaze in a vacant apartment building at 1576 Sixth St., near North Olden Avenue, early today, Tuesday, Jan. 29. Ewing Township police and firefighters, who were alerted about 12:10 a.m., said they arrived on the scene to find much of the two-story dwelling ablaze. Multiple hoselines were quickly put to work. Adding to the dangerous situation was the fact that one of the overhead electrical wires still connected to the building burned through and fell into the street. The area around the fallen wire was cordoned off with caution tape until PSE&G personnel were able to turn the power off. Ewing firefighters …
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
The two-alarm fire, reported about 12:40 a.m. Tuesday, struck Building 18 of the River's Edge apartment complex on Country Lane in Ewing Township.
Update, 10:30 a.m., Nov. 6: Investigators have determined that a cooking mishap was the cause of this morning's blaze at the River's Edge apartment complex in Ewing Township. West Trenton Fire Co. Chief Ralf Brandmaier said a grease fire that started in the kitchen of a first-floor apartment rapidly intensified and spread to the apartment above and from there to the attic of the building. He estimated that about a half-dozen apartments in the 16-unit building were damaged in some way by fire or smoke. The resident of the apartment where the fire began was treated for smoke inhalation at a local hospital but was later released, he said. Original post, 3 a.m., Nov. 6: Volunteer firefighters from a half-dozen municipalities, including …