Laundry around the clock at Wash N’ Roll

Dan Marrazzo, owner of Wash N’ Roll laundromat in Ewing Plaza, strives to change the public’s preconceived notions about laundromats. “The laundry business is way behind the curve with innovation,” Marrazzo said. “The rudimentary business concept is the same, but you can change the customer’s pleasure.” He readily admits most peoples’ experiences with laundromats were […]

The man who loves his coffee black

The man who loves his coffee black

Abdul Qadir Wiswall wants area residents to wake up and smell the coffee at both city events and his Cass Street coffee bar. By Dan Aubrey Abdul Qadir Wiswall may smile if you ask him if something’s brewing, but he is hotly serious about his Trenton Coffee House Roast business — so much so he […]

Law firm represents victims in need

Thomas Smith came to the law firm of Pellettieri, Rabstein, and Altman as a young lawyer in 1987. After clerking for a year for a judge in Passaic County, he began with this plaintiff’s law firm and then moved to Hamilton in 1996 with his family. “As a plaintiff’s law firm we only represent injured […]

The ‘Queen of Corn’ opens a new gourmet shop

The ‘Queen of Corn’ opens a new gourmet shop

“Queen of Corn” Nicole Bailey-Williams shows off some of the products in her new business, Capital Corn and Confections. (Staff photo by Bill Sanservino.) By Jacquelyn Pillsbury Nicole Bailey-Williams wears a lot of “hats,” including those of high school English teacher, wife, mother and author. Recently she added another chapeau to her collection: Owner of […]

Daly Law opens on Scotch Road

Daly Law opens on Scotch Road

The team at Daly Law includes: Stacy Falotico, left, business development/marketing director; Debra Toth, senior personal injury paralegal; and Paul Daly, Esq., owner and personal injury attorney. By Jacquelyn Pillsbury When Paul N. Daly, Esq. and Debra M. Toth moved Daly Law to the Ewing Corporate Offices at 20 Scotch Road in April, they were […]

Eye doctor improves Outlook for diabetic patients

Eye doctor improves Outlook for diabetic patients

Outlook Eyecare optometrist Dr. Elisa Bano specializes in treatment for diabetic patients. By Jacquelyn Pillsbury Outlook Eyecare has six doctors between its Princeton, Monroe Township, and Mercerville locations. Just back from maternity leave, one of those doctors—optometrist Dr. Elisa Bano—has resumed providing expert eye care for diabetic patients. A full service optometry-ophthalmology practice, Outlook Eyecare […]

Grand Bank adapts for the future

Grand Bank adapts for the future

Grand Bank President and CEO Mark Wolters stands in his bank’s Hamilton headquarters Nov. 16, 2015. (Staff photo by Rob Anthes.) By Jacquelyn Pillsbury The first of Grand Bank’s two Hamilton locations opened at One Edinburg Road in 2002. But president Mark Wolters and the rest of the Grand Bank management team have worked together […]

Weidel’s J. Jay Smith thinks you’ll like his neighborhood

Weidel’s J. Jay Smith thinks you’ll like his neighborhood

941 Berkeley Avenue, listed for $229,900. By Scott Morgan What do you think when someone mentions Trenton? Be honest, it’s OK. J. Jay Smith has heard it all before. Actually, he has thought it himself. But that was before he found his own dream house in the western section of the city. Some years ago, […]

Morris Hall holds grand opening for ‘nursing home of the future’

Morris Hall holds grand opening for ‘nursing home of the future’

Officials speak at the grand opening of Morris Hall Meadows on Oct. 21. Pictured are Msgr. Hugh Ronan, left, chair of the Morris Hall/St. Lawrence Board of Trustees; Diocese of Trenton Bishop David O’Connell; Darlene Hanley, president and CEO of Morris Hall/St. Lawrence; freeholder Pat Colavita; and Mercer County Executive Brian Hughes. Morris Hall Meadows, […]

Robbinsville Businesses celebrate 2nd annual Community Awards Ceremony

Robbinsville Businesses celebrate 2nd annual Community Awards Ceremony

The Robbinsville Economic Development Advisory Committee (EDAC) hosted its 2nd annual Business and Community Awards Celebration on November 5, 2015 at Robbinsville High School The Robbinsville Economic Development Advisory Committee (EDAC) hosted its 2nd annual Business and Community Awards Celebration on November 5, 2015 at Robbinsville High School. Mayor Dave Fried and NJ Senator Linda […]

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