Monday, May 1, 2017

A family affair at Villa Mannino

Giovanni and Maria Mannino opened a pizzeria in 1972 and taught their sons business—and life—lessons that they carried into adulthood when the trio opened Villa Mannino in Bordentown.

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.

Trenton West State Street cafe is heading in the right direction

Dale Florio, a partner in lobbying firm Princeton Public Affairs Group, is part of the group that owns 128 West State Street Cafe, a new coffee shop on State House Row in Trenton.

School provides a loving environment to Do and Learn

Amy McCormick always knew she wanted to be a pre-school teacher. In June 2010, as a teacher at Do and Learn Day Nursery, she purchased the school from the original owners.

Referend Bier Blendery set to open in Hopewell Dec. 3

The Referend Bier Blendery is set to open with between three and five beers available to sample on cask in the tasting room.

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.

Mercerville typewriter shop becomes go-to prop place for Hollywood

Most vintage typewriters you’ll see in Hollywood films—like Hidden Figures—came straight from Karl Business Machines in Hamilton.

N.Y. Bagel celebrates 20 years in business

In two decades their menu has only changed four times, which appeals to the store's local customers.

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.

Range of expertise helps Kenny, Chase & Costa represent clients

Kenny Chase & Costa, formerly known as Hartsough Kenny Chase, assists individuals, organizations, and townships in a variety of cases.

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Steinert student creates GoFundMe to replace broken classroom skeleton

Steinert High School senior Juliana Bell started a GoFundMe page to raise money for a new skeleton to give to science teacher Patrick Hearney.