Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Princeton Merchants Association: tech, pharma, finance are transforming real estate

As in any dynamic economy, there have been many changes in Princeton’s real estate market that will influence buyer’s decisions to reside or do business here

Foxmoor Shopping Center Friendly’s to reopen in mid-April

A new-look Friendly’s restaurant will open its doors to customers at the Robbinsville Foxmoor Shopping Center in mid-April.

After months of delays, Robbinsville PJ’s Pancake House nears completion

After months of delays, the Robbinsville location of PJ’s Pancake House nears completion. Owner John Procaccini said his eatery will open by late fall.

Community News Service takes home awards from Society of Professional Journalists, AFCP

Parent company of communitynews.org recognized for both journalism and design work done in 2018

Pho hits the spot in Princeton

Food reporter Joe Emanski sat down with Tom Le, owner of The Pho Spot, to learn more a bout the tiny new Vietnamese restaurant in Princeton Shopping Center.

New buildings, demolition and other changes coming to Nassau Park

The Nassau Park Shopping Center looks to be getting a bit of a face lift—some demolition, some new construction and a slight adjustment of one of the shopping center’s roads.

Majestic Nails celebrates grand opening in Hamilton

Majestic Nails celebrated its grand opening this week at its Sunnybrae Boulevard, Dover Park Plaza location in Yardville.

From London to Princeton, Orvana creates fashions that fit

What was once a thriving pop-up shop in Palmer Square will become a permanent fixture on Chambers Street. Orvana is Princeton’s newest boutique.

Working out’s no sweat at Crunch Fitness

After months of construction, Crunch Fitness officially opened its doors last month.

Trenton Public Schools receive $100,000 instrument donation in support of the district’s music program

The gift from the local musical instrument dealer was made in support of the district’s growth of their instrumental music programs

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Ewing 18-year-old starts his own clothing line called BALK

At just 18 years old, Ewing resident and rap artist Shaheed Waddy started his own clothing line called BALK.