Wednesday, April 24, 2019

The Pind hoping 3’s a charm in Kingston

Good Time Charley’s and Charlie Brown’s both cast a beefy shadow on the Kingston dining scene before they closed, but the latest eatery set for the site of those...

Chamber looking to meet member needs with trade-fair alternatives

It’s September, so it must be time for another business trade fair, right? Not so fast. The Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce held its 30th Annual Trade Fair and Culinary...

Princeton Care Center offers residents a piece of home

When walking into the Princeton Care Center, it’s hard not to feel part of the activity. There is a welcoming receptionist, staff bustling around and residents out of their rooms...

Lahiere’s to Agricola

For the past half a year, various nosy people—vendors, passers-by, reporters and the like—have poked their heads into the construction going on at the former Lahiere’s restaurant on Witherspoon...

A business with app-eal

Most recent high school grads will be heading off for their first semester of college this fall, but not Spencer Costanzo. As president of Malibu Apps, a successful app developing...

New business brings farm to table

As the demand for fresh, local produce in the community rises, and community members become more conscious of the foods they eat, local food merchants search for new ways...

Expanding firm builds for future by helping young professionals

By Scott Morgan Joseph Savino, the managing partner of the Savino Financial Group of Northwestern Mutual Financial Network in Princeton, likes to help young professionals get a head start in...

Helping others is a reward for Nesting Egg owners

When Joseph Fisher was looking into care options for his parents, who suffered from cancer, he realized he wanted to find a way to provide an even better care...

All-day breakfast featured at new café

While coffee shops in Princeton are not an anomaly, Café 44—located at 44 Leigh Ave. across the street from the new location of Tortuga’s Mexican Village—is unlike any of...

New crêperie keeps things sweet at Trenton Farmers’ Market

A love of traveling is what made Lauren Sabogal realize her love of crêpes. And with the opening of her new business, Button’s Crêperie, the East Windsor resident can...

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Yaede touches on entertainment district, township controversies in State of Hamilton address

Four years ago, Hamilton Mayor Kelly Yaede “had a vision” for the township’s future. Now it could become a reality, Yaede said in her final State of Hamilton address before she faces re-election.