Thursday, December 5, 2019

By design: together Trenton students and Princeton professors are changing architecture

The class, which was new in September, offers a design studio atmosphere to some 15 sophomores each semester in the temporary high school community on East Hanover Street

Quaker Bridge Mall reveals next new tenant

Expected to be ready for 2019 holiday season

After months of delays, Robbinsville PJ’s Pancake House nears completion

After months of delays, the Robbinsville location of PJ’s Pancake House nears completion. Owner John Procaccini said his eatery will open by late fall.

Hopewell’s Quarry Swim Club officially on the market

The upcoming swimming season at the Quarry Swim Club is due to begin at the end of May, in what is expected to be the last year of ownership by Jim and Nancy Gypton.

Working out’s no sweat at Crunch Fitness

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

Princeton Merchant’s Association: Princeton has a story to tell

Princeton will soon get a piece of the storytelling action, as The Moth Mainstage makes its McCarter Theater debut on Friday, Nov. 22

Buklad Memorial Homes: Compassionate, professional, hands-on service

Saying goodbye to a loved one is never easy. Chris Merlino of Buklad Memorial Homes is there to help people through the process with compassion and dignity.

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.

The man who loves his coffee black

Abdul Qadir Wiswall may smile if you ask him if something’s brewing, but he is hotly serious about his Trenton Coffee House Roast business — so much so he...

Community blossoms at Princeton’s Vaseful Flowers and Gifts

Aakash Kanjani does a little bit of everything at his job in a flower shop at 305 Witherspoon St.

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