Wednesday, January 22, 2020

How Marrazzo’s went from corner store to supermarket

Marrazzo’s Thriftway has come a long way since 1947, when the family store was called Centre Fruit Market, just a small shop in downtown Trenton where Don Marrazzo tallied...

Jules never tires of helping clients

By Sarah Unger For Garry Palcko, it was a passion that started with engine tinkering at age 13. It picked up speed with auto shop work at 16 and even...

Pediatric center treats generations

Keeping children healthy and happy has been the goal at Hamilton Pediatrics Associates for more than 30 years, said practice manager Linda Gilbert. “Children come first, always, no matter what,”...

At local store, war is a game

Outside, it’s a sunny day, but inside The Gamer’s Realm in West Windsor, the clouds of war are gathering. In the ruins of a city square, two armies advance toward...

Despite changes, Harry’s still provides consistency

When Rick Mehr worked at his father’s military surplus shop as a child, he could hunt in the woods across the street. Now the forest is the U.S. Postal Service’s...

Give your body a workout, boot camp style

By Jessica Mickley Tatum Park is pitch black except for one brightly lit building. The sun is still below the horizon on a sleepy Wednesday morning, but Lindsay Vastola and...

Jeweler brings treasures to Route 130

By Sarah Unger It’s been just a few months since Danielle Bottoni moved her 6-year-old jewelry business from Hamilton to Robbinsville. Ready to explore the area’s dynamic market growth, Bottoni said,...

Lawrence Lexus takes care of customers and their cars

Lawrence Lexus prides itself on customer service that is anything but average. “That’s really what we’re all about,” said general manager and vice president Brian Bennett, the dealership’s general manager...

Covering all your Insurance needs

Throughout the more than 30 years that the Auletta Insurance Agency has been in business, owner Joe Auletta has seen the neighborhood grow and change. Where he was once surrounded...

Wilson Apple Funeral home seeks to make the burden a little lighter

Dealing with death isn’t something most people are comfortable with, and when it comes to choosing a profession, one that involves daily confrontation with the subject isn’t at the...

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Bordentown City police arrest suspect in Jan. 14 robbery

Bordentown City police arrested George T. Rodgers of Trenton following the Jan. 14 robbery of Investors Bank on Route 130.