Sunday, August 20, 2017

Seeds to Sew International becomes member of Fair Trade Federation

Seeds to Sew International has been named a member of the Fair Trade Federation, the association that promotes organizations committed to fair trade.

Shop Hamilton businesses donate bicycles to Bromley Neighborhood Center

Shop Hamilton and Shine and Inspire, Inc. recently donated new bicycles and helmets to children at the CYO Summer Camp at the Bromley Neighborhood Center.

Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce to throw ‘block party’ for businesses

The Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce will host their Annual Mid-Summer Marketing Showcase on Tuesday, July 18 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Princeton's Palmer Square.

‘Joe D’ aims to give ReMax In Town clients top customer service

Since he was a child, Joe DeLorenzo has been dedicated to customer service. Now, he aims to provide that same service to his clients at ReMax In Town.

Mission to do good spurs thrift shop’s creation

Ed Hudson spends more than 50 hours per week as the chief executive of Good Stuff Thrift.

Mecca Halal Meat in Ewing offers quality farm-raised halal meat

Mecca Halal Meat at 1960 North Olden Ave., offers a service that many in the Ewing Township community may look for—fresh, halal meats.

Empower Yoga opens on Route 31 in Ewing

Empower Yoga, a hot Vinyasa style yoga studio, recently opened its doors in the retail area of Campus Town in Ewing.

At Smiles by Cranbrook, Dr. Nik expands his love of dentistry

Smiles by Cranbrook Dental is the latest practice Dr. Nikunj Zalavadia has bought, but it’s not going to be the last. That’s because he’s not done learning yet.

Four Daughters Franks: part-time business, full-time family experience

What started as a family joke turned into reality when Deb and Al Flanders bought a hot dog stand and opened their business, Four Daughters Franks.

Estate planner hopes radio show will help people to ‘Make it Last’

Victor J. Medina started his own radio show,“Make it Last with Victor Medina,” on WCTC 1450 AM out of New Brunswick.

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Trenton Water Works finds elevated levels of lead in drinking water

Trenton Water Works found elevated levels of lead in drinking water in some Mercer County homes and buildings, according to a notice mailed to customers.