Saturday, February 17, 2018

Regent’s staff has you covered

By Myles Ma For nearly 50 years, Regent Floor Covering has been owned by a Rossi. Felix Rossi opened the store in 1963, and his son Joseph took over in...

Facility helps bodies in need of fitness rehab

By Norine Longo Ralph Bencivengo, clinic director of Body Rehab, wants to help you meet your health and fitness goals. Body Rehab is a 20-year-old facility that offers patient centered...

Salon aims to stay ‘A Cut Above’ the rest

By Norine Longo Linda Parker, owner of A Cut Above Salon and Spa in Lawrence, says when it comes to hair styling, it is important to listen to what clients...

Studio has healing touch

By Norine Longo Art of Massage Studio may offer a great massage, but owner and operator Aniko Peterson said her focus is on clients’ health and wellness. “We’re trying to help...

CLJ adds another level to your home

By Myles Ma When Charles Johnston, owner of CLJ Home Improvements, finishes a basement, it isn’t just a tacked-on addition. His goal is to add another living space to the...

Town’s oldest swim club floats under the radar

By Myles Ma Tucked away on Willow Road is one of the most low-key gathering places in Lawrence. Near the end of the street, there is a pool. It doesn’t...

Builder offers more upscale laundromat alternative

By Myles Ma Dan Marrazzo is trying to dispel the popular image of the laundromat as a dark, dank and smelly place to do a weekly chore. He hopes to...

Integrative approach gets results at Performance Spine and Sports Medicine

Nonsurgical orthopedic specialists Dr. Joseph Jimenez and Dr. Matthias Wiederholz diagnose...

Flower shop pushes the envelope

Pictured outside the more than 200-year-old Old Tindall Farm, now Petal...

Chiropractors work as a family

By Norine Longo Pennington Family Chiropractic is a family practice in every sense: They work as a family, actually are family and treat families. Glenn Gabai and his wife Evelyn started...

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State, local officials go to war with embattled Trenton Water Works

The water flowing out of the taps of Trenton Water Works’ customers is safe to drink. But, with repeated operational issues eroding trust in the quality of water, scores of local and state officials are working to ensure it stays that way.