Risoldi Law Offices celebrates 20th anniversary with opening of New Hope office

by June Portnoy

Almost 20 years to the day after establishing her successful law practice, Carla V. Risoldi has opened a new office at 2 Market Place, Suite #53, Logan Square in New Hope. Although Carla’s main office continues to be located in her beautiful 1698 stone building at Trenton and Durham Roads in Langhorne, she has always maintained a strong presence in Central Bucks County.

That presence has primarily been in New Hope, and even in Logan Square at one point, but for approximately the past five years, her second office was in Buckingham.

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Applegate Wood Floors: Raising the standard in the wood flooring industry for over two decades

by June Portnoy

Known regionally and nationally for their experience, service and unique sense of style, Applegate Wood Floors enjoys a solid reputation for consistently exceeding customer expectations. As lifelong residents of Bucks County, husband and wife co-owners, Brian and MaryAnne Applegate of New Hope, established this full service hardwood floor company in 1987, raising the standard within the industry to one of integrity, performance, artful design and timely execution.

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Hood Floors: Offering that personal touch for nearly four decades

by June Portnoy

Thirty-eight years ago, Thomas and Monica Hood established Hood Floors, Inc. in Lambertville, New Jersey. Thomas, who had previously worked in the floor covering industry, brought his expertise and knowledge to his new business.

Over the years, Hood Floors has developed such a positive reputation of selling quality floors and carpeting that today customers don’t give a second thought of traveling here from throughout Bucks County or New Jersey.

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Skerdlant’s Shell: An elite group of highly qualified automotive service professionals

by June Portnoy

When you bring your car to Skerdlant’s Shell in Washington Crossing, you can feel confident that it will be serviced by the most qualified technicians. Matt Miller, owner of Skerdlant’s, proudly points to the Blue Seal of Excellence sign hanging inside his shop’s front door.

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Foulkeways at Gwynedd: An active retirement community keeping residents physically, mentally and socially engaged

by Nancy Nolan, Director of Marketing & Public Relations, Foulkeways at Gwynedd

At Foulkeways at Gwynedd, a Quaker affiliated, non-profit retirement community, the pace is lively and energetic. Residents are involved in every aspect of the community from environmental issues, such as helping Foulkeways reach its goal of obtaining a zero carbon footprint, to special interest committees that book the performing arts talent and choose the twice-weekly movies shown in the auditorium.

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New Hope & Ivyland Railroad: A family-friendly experience for all ages

by June Portnoy

Looking for an activity that your entire family will enjoy? Then look no further than the New Hope & Ivyland Railroad right in your own neighborhood.

“Its many diverse excursions offer something everyone in your family will enjoy, enabling you to build long-lasting memories,” says Tricia Falcone, the railroad’s Senior Director of Marketing.

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Locally renowned chef Angelos Demitry joins Plan ‘B’ Bistro & Bar

by June Portnoy

Blaine Applegate, owner of Plan “B” Bistro & Bar in the heart of Washington Crossing, is pleased to announce that Angelos Demitry has become its new Executive Chef. Chef Demitry is far from a stranger to this area. He has worked as a chef at the Yardley Country Club in Lower Makefield, and at Paulies Anna Rose in Ewing, NJ, as well as other nearby highly acclaimed restaurants.

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Electrolysis & Therapeutic Skin Care by Tracy welcomes Kimberly Fisher to its staff

by June Portnoy

Since 2006, Electrolysis and Therapeutic Skin Care in New Hope has offered personalized skincare services in a warm, welcoming environment. Tracy Dimola, an aesthetician and owner of this skincare center, brings 20 years of experience to her clients.

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Blue Flame Gas Service: A family business offering premier customer service

by June Portnoy

In 1964, Eugene “Chuck” Charlton worked as a truck driver delivering coal. He worked his way up and throughout the years bought several area fuel companies specializing in home heating oil delivery and service, as well as diesel and gasoline delivery. Ultimately he added propane to his list of specialty services when purchasing Blue Flame Gas Service in 1988.

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Bowman’s Tavern: Providing quality food in a welcoming, casual environment

by June Portnoy

Although Bowman’s Tavern in New Hope has been in business for seven years, James Seward recently took over its ownership, bringing with him improvements to its menu, service and décor.

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