Thursday, July 19, 2018

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.

Hamilton to honor local businesses and leaders at awards celebration

Hamilton Township has announced the award recipients for the Hamilton Township Economic Development Distinguished Achievement Awards Celebration.

Villa Rosa a local fixture for more than three decades

Villa Rosa Ristorante and Pizzeria — located on Scotch Road in Ewing — has been a fixture in the local restaurant scene for 33 years.

Innovate Salon Academy opens new facility in Ewing

Innovate Salon Academy, a Redken Premier Beauty School, is opening a new facility in Ewing Township.

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.

Location, location, location in mind, these realtors chose Trenton

The idea of moving New Jersey Realtors to 10 Hamilton Avenue in Trenton made a lot of sense for these realtors.

Callaway Henderson SIR launches Bricks & Mortar magazine

Here are a few technology-driven tools Princeton-based real estate market leader Callaway Henderson Sotheby’s International Realty uses to promote their listings of homes for sale.

Former JoJo’s bar manager hopes new venture has Old Town feel

As Mike Scharibone readies to open his Old Town Pub in Bordentown, he is quick to point out that it will not be another version of JoJo’s Tavern in Mercerville.

Tradition of food and family greets guests at Candela’s

In Lawrenceville’s Eldridge Park neighborhood, Candela Pizzeria and Ristorante still serves the traditional Sicilian recipes of Vito and Rosalie Candela, just as it has for 50 years.

Schroth offers a wide array of legal services

Attorney David P. Schroth, with offices at 795 Parkway Ave., likes to keep things local.

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Acme set to close in Lawrence Shopping Center

The Lawrence Shopping Center will lose a major tenant next month when the Acme grocery store closes its doors in late August.