I think the best local pizza places are Sunny's, D'Blazio's, and Valentino's... in no particular order.
We order Sunny's alot because they also have so much other food - subs, pasta, fried everything, and a darned good pizza. Plenty of toppings. It's on the way home for me - so I never have had it delivered.
D'Blazio is one of the freshest pizza's I have ever tasted - great ingredients, and some really tasty pepperoni rolls.
Valentino's rocks my world (on wheat crust). Bacon pizza is one of my favorites. I like the lunch buffet - cheap and usually you can request toppings and have your custom pizza on the buffet in just a few minutes.
Does Sunny's still use mostly frozen ingredients? I lived on that side of town several years ago when they first opened the kitchen, and everything they sold you could buy off the Schwann's man pretty much. Felt like I was just paying them to heat up it... It wasn't terrible, but it was nowhere near as good as the other places.
Personally, I like to switch it up as a large pizza is usually a couple meals for me, its easy to get tired of the style. I don't think there's any in town that I don't order from semi-regularly, and I enjoy them all. My favs would have to be D'Blazzios, Valentinos, and Pizza Classics though.
I miss Emilio's Leaning Tower of Pizza and their leaning tower special.
At least, I'm 95% sure that's what their name was.
Now, I like Italian Garden and Craig O's. Valentino's is nice for a change of pace sometimes.
I had D'Blazio's once and something was really bad. I can't remember if it was the food or the delivery time. Something happened to keep me from ordering from them again, though. I guess since I can't remember, I ought to try them again and see if it is any better. Whatever "it" was.