Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Ecuadorians serve up authentic Italian food

By Myles Ma After moving to America from Ecuador in 1982, Genaro Gonzalez worked at many different restaurants serving various cuisines. But when he wanted to open his own, he...

Pizzeria has served pies since 1980

By Norine Longo For 30 years, Parkway Pizza and La Fontana Ristorante looked to set a standard for “true Italian cuisine at its best.” Angelo Polizzi opened Parkway Pizza with his...

Credit Union watches out for members

By Myles Ma A credit union is supposed to look out for its members. And if most of those members are state workers, as is the case with the Credit...

Why have a boring dance recital when you can put on a show?

By Myles Ma There are no staid recitals for parents to endure at Body Language Dance Center. Its owners, Travis Breen and Eric McCotter, believe in putting on a show...

Big bagels, Big Apple style

By Myles Ma At New York Bagel and Deli, bagels are made the old-fashioned way. Bags of flour are mixed with flavoring ingredients, rolled into bagels, kept in a cooler...

Deli’s owners’ return reunites family, ‘delites’ customers

By Norine Longo A new generation of the family that first opened Deli Delite in 1969 is now behind its counters. Deli Delite opened for business in 1969 when Joe and...

Nurse pours blood, sweat, tears and coffee into quest to build facility

For developer Rebecca Lynn, the Ewing Independent Living affordable supportive housing complex wasn’t just another construction project. For one thing, she’s not a developer by trade. In 1997, when she...

Villa Rosa celebrates 25 years

It was June of 1984 when Italian immigrant Guido Barone opened a little pizza place in Ewing, naming it after his mother Rosa. He called it, “Villa Rosa.” A quarter-century later,...

For pizzeria, third time’s a charm

By Sandra Farmer The three stars decorating the floor of Red Star Pizza mark the fact that it is the third restaurant with that name opened by the Bua family....

He’s a limo driver of the people

Limo drivers can end up in some odd situations accommodating the needs of their customers. Like driving 80 mph down the Pennsylvania Turnpike hoping a police officer will pull...

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Mercer County seeks input on new ‘water sports’ park

The Mercer County Park Commission’s purchase of a small plot of land on Hughes Drive in Hamilton in 2017 opened up a world of possibilities for the commission and—by extension—county residents.