Sunday, December 11, 2016

Ewing family turns hobby into business with Trains & Things

Chiarello, a long-time Ewing resident, said that like a lot of families in the 1950s, his family built their toy train collection a little at a time.

West Trenton Pharmacy specializes in personal and professional service

Opened in 1958, West Trenton Pharmacy on Bear Tavern Road is a classic neighborhood pharmacy. Pharmacist Joe Schoen and his staff offer personal and professional service to their customer.

MedExpress partners with Crossroads to collect gifts for at-risk youth

In its second year, the Crossroads Holiday Youth Gift Collection Program will be collecting gifts to distribute to those served in Crossroads’ treatment and community programs.

Merchants of Mercerville Shopping Center host Sunshine Foundation holiday drive

Participating stores include ACE Hardware Store, Alicja's Boutique, Chic Nails, Fred & Pete's Deli, Italian People's Bakery, John's Reading Center, Party Fair and US Karate & Fitness.

CBIZ celebrates 20th anniversary with volunteer efforts

Professionals from the Lawrenceville office of CBIZ recently volunteered at the Mercer Street Friends Food Bank as part of CBIZ’s goal of encouraging employees to give back to their local communities.

Zoës Kitchen Mediterranean restaurant coming to Mercer Mall

Zoës Kitchen, a fast casual Mediterranean restaurant, is coming to Mercer Mall. The opening is slated for Thursday, Dec. 1.

1911 Smokehouse Bar-B-Que is both menu and business plan

Maurice Hallett's 1911 Smokehouse Barbecue restaurant on Front Street in Trenton celebrated its first anniversary in October.

A decade of filling casual dining niche at Dinette Designs

Dinette Designs is owned and operated by Steve Koster, who lives in the Yardville section of Hamilton with his wife, Maria.

Re/Max Tri-County marks 25 years as a community leader

Re/Max Tri County, headed by broker/owner Rosalie Daniels, will be celebrating its 25th anniversary on Jan. 1.

Smires and Associates moves into new digs in Town Center

Their original office no longer suited the company’s needs, so Ed Smires and co-owner Justin Reed made the decision to up the ante and move into a new office twice the size in Robbinsville’s Town Center.

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American Ninja Warrior course opens to challenge Hamilton-area youth

During All Heart Athletic Academy's grand opening, more than 75 children participated in an American Ninja Warrior Competition.