Saturday, February 17, 2018

Mercerville typewriter shop becomes go-to prop place for Hollywood

Most vintage typewriters you’ll see in Hollywood films—like Hidden Figures—came straight from Karl Business Machines in Hamilton.

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.

At Smiles by Cranbrook, Dr. Nik expands his love of dentistry

Smiles by Cranbrook Dental is the latest practice Dr. Nikunj Zalavadia has bought, but it’s not going to be the last. That’s because he’s not done learning yet.

Homestead Princeton focuses on brick and mortar in an e-commerce landscape

Homestead Princeton, a Hulfish Street shop, offers shopping immersion and a sense of community as an alternative to e-commerce.

Princeton Floral Design to open on Palmer Square

Princeton Floral Design will open at 28 Palmer Square East in time for Valentine’s Day.

Staff at CareOne at Hamilton Assisted Living strives to make your family theirs

Life often becomes challenging as we age, and CareOne at Hamilton Assisted Living in Hamilton provides options for maintaining a level of independence.

Construction begins on new Aldi, Panera development in Hamilton

Construction has begun on a new Route 33 development which will bring an Aldi Grocery Store and Panera Bread to Hamilton Square.

Urban pioneer Elijah Dixon gives Trenton-made goods a Hanover Street storefront

Elijah Dixon is opening The Orchid House, a consignment shop dedicated to Trenton-made products.

Father-son duo combines for 8 decades of appliance sales at Mrs. G

Tom and Chris Gray are a father and son team who have been long time members of the Mrs. G family in Lawrence.

The man who loves his coffee black

Abdul Qadir Wiswall may smile if you ask him if something’s brewing, but he is hotly serious about his Trenton Coffee House Roast business — so much so he...

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State, local officials go to war with embattled Trenton Water Works

The water flowing out of the taps of Trenton Water Works’ customers is safe to drink. But, with repeated operational issues eroding trust in the quality of water, scores of local and state officials are working to ensure it stays that way.