Thursday, May 23, 2019

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...

Swiss workmanship extends to painting and restoring business

By Myles Ma Julius Gross has been painting and restoring houses since he first came to this country 40 years ago. He arrived in New England in the 1960s from...

Captain Dry Clean offers heroic laundry services

When a hero is needed to defeat dirty clothes, Mike Waintraub hopes Ewing residents will summon Captain Dry Clean. Captain Dry Clean, who is signaled with a regular telephone, is...

In memory of Mooch

Hall of Fame soccer player Bob Smith kept looking up as he spoke. Smith sat on a gray plastic folding chair in the lobby of the Robbinsville Field House indoor...

Head on over to Head Ways Salon

By Sarah Unger The roar of blow dryers fills the air as stylists foil, rinse, and cut fresh new angles into the tresses of clients. A pony-tailed woman, her nails...

Imaging center expands services

The Lawrenceville Radiology Affiliates Imaging center has doubled its size, undergoing a complete makeover to include a suite for women’s imaging, digital low dose X-ray and ultrasound, and new...

Re/Max still sees a strong housing market

By Sarah Unger There’s no place like home, and to make the point, Lawrence realtor Joe DeLorenzo— “Joe D” on his Re/Max In Town business card—describes changes in how customers...

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