Sunday, February 17, 2019

Ray’s Sub Shop: More than just one menu item

Say Belly Buster to anyone from Ewing or The College of New Jersey and they will instantly know you are talking about their local favorite sandwich shop, Ray’s Sub Shop.

Project Freedom breaking ground on Freedom Village at West Windsor this month

Project Freedom will hold a groundbreaking ceremony Oct. 17 for Freedom Village at West Windsor, a 72 unit affordable and accessible rental community.

Foxmoor Shopping Center Friendly’s to reopen in mid-April

A new-look Friendly’s restaurant will open its doors to customers at the Robbinsville Foxmoor Shopping Center in mid-April.

New owner for Foxmoor Shopping Center gives Robbinsville Township optimism

Through an online auction on Aug. 1, Penmark Management Company Inc. purchased Robbinsville Shopping Center for $7.5 million.

New owners for Hopewell Pharmacy

JoAnn Hobson and Eric Jaderlund took ownership of Hopewell Pharmacy earlier this year after.

Biotech company Erytech comes to West Windsor

If French biotech company Erytech is right about Erycaps technology, it could lead to a cure for cancer. And the medicine will be made in an unassuming office in West Windsor.

Working out’s no sweat at Crunch Fitness

After months of construction, Crunch Fitness officially opened its doors last month.

Reopened Boehm Showroom looks to recapture its glory days

It’s a good thing that Bob Arace likes birds, since he’s practically surrounded by them, both at home, and at work at the Boehm Porcelain Showroom in Trenton.

Nina’s Waffles and Ice Cream to open on Nassau Street

When Nina’s Waffles & Ice Cream opens its doors at 252 Nassau St. this month, it will represent the fourth location of this collaboration between chef and caterer Shawn Lawson and New Hope, Pennsylvania restaurateur Louis Zanias.

School is in session at new Kiddie Academy

Kiddie Academy of Robbinsville opened last month on Route 130 after a five year journey.

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As Trenton Water Works receives new violations, its customers seek alternatives

Coming off the worst year in its history, Trenton Water Works received notice of three more state violations in January, continuing a cycle the utility has spent months trying to break.