Sunday, February 17, 2019

Black market: T-shirt co. making an icon out of Princeton’s squirrels

Princeton University’s beloved mascot has always been the tiger. But some residents and alumni have an equal love for a different animal in town—the black squirrel. Tradition has it that...

Peacock Inn adds food and flair to Princeton history

The Peacock Inn is a place where guests can enjoy a signature Peacock Fizz cocktail at the modernized bar, sit down for dinner at the award-winning restaurant and retire...

Same-day mammography results set Quakerbridge Radiology apart

Women know the wait between having a mammogram and getting results can be nervewracking—even when they receive a positive report in the end. The doctors and staff at Quakerbridge Radiology...

Saving the world from crooked teeth

Since he was a fifth-grader with braces, Dr. Jonathan Nicozisis has been interested in orthodontics. Now, Nicozisis and partner Dr. Louis Russo both continue to “save the world from crooked...

Princeton Soup & Sandwich Co. does a bisque-y business

By Allie Ward When a customer told Lisa Ruddy his sandwich was the best he’d had “in like 100 years,” she knew she was doing her job right. “That was the...

Louie G ready to challenge in competitive cold treats market

Some customers who go to Uncle Louie G on Nassau Street might be offered a spoon with their Italian ice, but some might not. To eat Italian ice the right...

Mortgage Master lends clients both money and expertise

The housing market may rise and fall, but one thing never changes: when homebuyers need a loan, they want to get a mortgage from someone they trust. Mortgage Master, a...

Small cards make big impact

A 70th birthday trip across the world. A Hollywood Walk of Fame bat mitzvah. A girls’ royal wedding brunch. When the planners of those unique events sought invitations that...

Salon stays on the cutting edge

Hairstyles from around the world are appearing on Witherspoon Street thanks to Godfrey Fitzgerald, owner of Godfrey Fitzgerald salon in Princeton. From his training at the Vidal Sassoon Salon in...

D’Angelo a good fit in borough food scene

It’s not every town where customers walk into a grocery and ask for cured Italian fish roe, but Princeton is such a place. When long-awaited D’Angelo Italian Market opened in...

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As Trenton Water Works receives new violations, its customers seek alternatives

Coming off the worst year in its history, Trenton Water Works received notice of three more state violations in January, continuing a cycle the utility has spent months trying to break.