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Developer Jim Brandenburger explains why the Riverton eatery didn't work, and strikes a hopeful note as he looks toward the future.
The Broad Street restaurant, the creation of a trio of Stephen Starr alumni, opened last fall.
'We're a group of people just looking to defend their livelihoods,' says Cinnaminson Riggins owner John Feghali.
'A lot of my customers were kids. Now they come in with kids,' says D'Angelo's Pizzeria owner Maurizio Randazzo.
The vacant former auto dealership came down last week, but Cinnaminson Mayor Ben Young says they haven't heard from the developer since last fall.
One business owner says he feels 'insecure' as a result of the planning board's decision, despite assurances that the redevelopment designation could be a positive for existing businesses.
Think you know your mall history? It's the Moorestown Mall's 50th anniversary. Catch up on the last half century here—and learn a little more about its future.
The township has more remediation work to take care of, while farther up the highway another abandoned gas station awaits its own demolition.
Picky eater? Need help figuring out where to get your next meal? Based on your neighbors' Yelp! reviews, here are five of the best restaurants in the area.
Only days after Yogawood ended its 2 1/2-year run in Riverton, its replacement, YogaTree, will hold its grand opening this weekend.
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