Friday, September 25, 2020

More Than Q opens in West Windsor

More Than Q is set to open June 30 in The Square at West Windsor shopping plaza

A Jersey diner moves on

the Americana Diner, a beacon of piping hot coffee and good eats that beckoned hungry travelers with its “Time to Dine” sign along Route 130 in East Windsor for years. And owner Constantine Katsifis couldn’t be more pleased

Quaker Bridge Mall set to reopen on June 29

A number of stores and restaurants are already open with curbside pickup.
More Than Q

More Than Q hoping for late June opening in West Windsor

Award-winning Lambertville BBQ restaurant has seen its Princeton-area location opening delayed months by permit issues and the pandemic

Mercer County restaurant guide: who’s open, who’s delivering, what’s new

The latest information we have gathered on area restaurants, including contact info, pick-up and delivery options, specials, and more

Plainsboro company offering 90-day supply of insulin at no cost

Drug maker Novo Nordisk Inc., headquartered in Plainsboro, is offering free insulin to those impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mercer County area grocery store update: hours, delivery, seniors, more

A number of area grocery stores have altered their hours and services due to safety precautions necessitated by the spread of COVID-19

Kilwins’ Taylor Frye happy as a kid in a candy store

Michigan native never imagined that one day he would be the proprietor of a Kilwins of his very own

Barn Picks & Stuff to open in Quakerbridge Mall

Barn Picks & Stuff, a home decor store with a rustic theme, is coming to Quakerbridge Mall.

Owners announce name, opening date for new Route 130 sports bar

The new restaurant taking the place of USA Country Diner along Route 130 in Robbinsville now has a name: Robbinsville Grille and Bar.

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Kevin Johnson sues Bordentown Township, officials for racial discrimination

Johnson, a Black real estate developer behind Team85 Fitness and Wellness, filed a lawsuit against Bordentown Township and five current and former municipal officials Sept. 9.