Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Stella’s Pizza Parlor serves tradition with a side of innovation

A chicken fajita pizza might not seem like traditional Italian dining, but Tony Giordano said he stays true to Italian culinary tradition when he prepares one. Giordano, of Stella’s Pizza...

Pumped about customer service

For 34 years, Don Walker’s Lukoil has been a steady presence for drivers on Grand Avenue. “We’ve had parents come in with kids in their cars, and now their kids...

Treating hearts from the heart

Dr. Aliya Browne says that from a young age, she knew she would become a doctor. However, Browne, the owner and cardiology physician at Central Jersey Heart Group, originally thought...

Thinking outside the box

Sometimes you just need some space. This is especially true for people who are moving, or those who need more room to store their possessions. Businesses also often need a...

Mamma Flora’s takes fresh approach to Italian dining

Gary Gulak knows that the current economic situation can impact the restaurant industry. Thankfully, he also has a solution. Gulak, the owner of Mamma Flora’s Trattoria, said the restaurant has...

From speakeasy to salads

Café Mulino is only the latest restaurant to set up shop in a location that traces its roots back to 1918 when it was called the Ewing Riding Club....

Martin’s Auto solves car mysteries

By Myles Ma When it appears on the dashboard, for many drivers, it’s is an infuriating mystery, indicating that something is wrong, but not revealing what. It could indicate one...

Family business gives buildings facelifts

A. Pennacchi and Sons specializes in waterproofing and restoring masonry and concrete structures and surfaces, but Paul Pennacchi compares some aspects of his job to being in the medical...

Bring me cookies and bring them to me right now

If it’s 10:45 p.m. and you need a warm cookie, and you need someone to bring it to you right now, chances are you are a college student. And now...

Ice cream shop develops recipe for originality

Bev Papp and ice cream have a long-standing relationship. While she was a student at Rider University, the Ewing resident worked part-time at the Carvel ice cream shop on North...

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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.