Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Stellitano HVAC goes the extra mile

Many times when people in the Hopewell Valley need repair or replacement for their heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, they turn to an old neighbor for help.

SBR Realty focused on building community

By Andrew Kolbenschlag It’s no secret that the housing market has been hard hit by the current economic climate. According to SBR Realty, however, the dream of owning a home...

Providing services for many aspects of life

Saul Funeral Homes Inc. aims to assist community members with many aspects of life. Death just happens to be one of them. “It’s almost as if we, as a funeral...

Ewing gets its first tattoo parlor

Ewing’s first tattoo parlor is welcomed with open arms by local...

Big-city, upscale style the star at Posh Salon Spa and Beauty Bar

Posh Salon Spa and Beauty Bar aims to bring a touch of New York City to central Jersey with its upscale approach to hair and beauty.

A Mediterranean delight at Ray’s

By Jacquelyn Pillsbury Ray’s Sub Shop is a local favorite sandwich shop, and is especially popular with The College of New Jersey crowd. Owner Ramsis (Ray) Azab’s shop earned the...

Rane’s provides exclusive dental care

By Norine Longo People have mixed feelings about dental exams and visits. At Rane’s Exclusively Yours Dental, the staff is seeking to change that by making dental care easier, more accessible...

Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce CFO named finalist for NJBIZ award

Lorraine Holcombe Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce chief financial officer and director...

Music lovers meet at Farrington’s

For Generation Y, the term “Rock Band” might conjure up images of teenage boys gathered around a television playing the popular video game. But for Michele Farrington, owner of...

Studio B Bakery is the ‘breakfast place that Trenton deserves’

Studio B Bakery & Bistro recently opened its doors in Trenton to glowing reviews from the community.

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Mercer County seeks input on new ‘water sports’ park

The Mercer County Park Commission’s purchase of a small plot of land on Hughes Drive in Hamilton in 2017 opened up a world of possibilities for the commission and—by extension—county residents.