Art Nails

Art Nails
Art Nails is listed in the Manicuring & Pedicuring category in Clifton Heights, Pennsylvania. Displayed below are the social networks for Art Nails which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Art Nails on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 79.

Contact information for Art Nails is:
925 Providence Rd
Clifton Heights, PA 19018
(610) 626-9943
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PRINCETON: Protests planned on decision day for Westminster Choir College…

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The future of Rider University's Westminster Choir College, whether the school stays in Princeton or moves to the main Rider campus in Lawrenceville, will be made Tuesday during a Rider trustee board meeting scheduled to start in the morning.

Come visit MarketFair today for our 1st ever Home & More Show! With over 20 vendors like Cranbury Design Center, Princeton Home Center, Pottery Barn, BoConcept, Audio Cafe and more, there is sure to be something you'll love!

PRINCETON: Library closes the book on second-floor renovation project with big reveal…

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Nine months and a little more than $3 million later, Princeton Public Library Executive Director Brett Bonfield on Saturday helped to unveil the renovated second floor that added more meeting space and technology and drew accolades from the customers seeing it for the first time.

Princeton school board, Charter School board trying to broker a sit-down…

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The leaders of the Princeton Board of Education and the Charter School board of trustees are trying to broker a meeting so representatives of the two sides can try to resolve the simmering dispute about the Charter's School enrollment expansion.

Limited train service now available to commuters after morning derailment…

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Commuters traveling out of New York will be able to use "limited" train service starting at 4 p.m., said NJ Transit in reacting to the rail problems caused by an Amtrak derailment earlier this morning.

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