Sunday, January 19, 2020

Smires finding real estate success

About 5 years ago, Ed Smires started to put together a team with the hopes of creating a real estate company that would break free from the dictatorship style...

School Time kicking off with open house Nov. 2

By Sarah Unger Evoking little red schoolhouses of yore, there’s a new building in town, ready to welcome youngsters into its well-appointed classrooms. It’s Allentown’s School Time, a haven for...

Forever Hart Fit: Experience the total world of fitness

How time flies and in the case of Forever Hart Fit the past year has been one of dynamic growth.

Pic Pocket owner offers personal touch

Janet Flannery was a long time customer of Pic Pocket, located...

Philadelphia-themed eatery features food ‘Wit’ attitude

Get a little taste of Philly right here in Mercer County.

Partnership offers assistance to small businesses in Lawrence

Lawrenceville Main Street has partnered with the America Small Business Development Center at The College of New Jersey.Through the partnership, LMS can connect local businesses with ASBSC, which has...

Big John’s Barber Shop remains a family affair

By Scott Morgan For guys, getting a haircut these days can be as much of a trendy adventure as you want it to be. Or you could keep doing it the...

Owner helps barbershop stand out

People know 33’s Barber Shop owner Ed Stackhouse for his signature neon yellow T-shirt, his cheerful disposition and his successful business. His outlook—and life—was not always so rosy. “I was never...

American Ninja Warrior course opens to challenge Hamilton-area youth

During All Heart Athletic Academy's grand opening, more than 75 children participated in an American Ninja Warrior Competition.

Marketing firm finds Positive Solutions for local clients

Based in Robbinsville, Positive Solutions specializes in developing and executing marketing campaigns, digital and print communications, social media and client custom design.

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I-295/Route 29 bypass by Scudder Falls Bridge to close starting Jan. 20

Detour expected to last 3 weeks, but could be more. Affecting Route 29 northbound traffic only