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Princeton Post Office Gets New Hours

The Princeton Post Office, 213 Carnegie Center, on Roszel Road, has changed its hours.Weekday hours are now 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Prior to June 9, window service was...

Corporate Angels

The Bridgewater offices of pharmaceutical titan sanofi-aventis recently donated $5,000 to the Center for Educational Advancement in Flemington. The money will buy materials and equipment to teach health and...

Net Benefits

Ed Tseng, founder of Tennis Solutions/Tseng Performance, walks around with a rock in his pocket. Every day.“I call it my gratitude rock,” he says. “During the day I reach...

The Human Factor In Sustainable Design

Making our buildings more efficient can have a greater impact on our environment than almost anything else we can do, says architect Paul Lalli, an expert in sustainable design....

It’s the Economy … and Everything Else

Forget what you think you know. The answer to what’s wrong with the state’s economy is simple: everything.For Dianne Brake, president of the Trenton-based land use agency PlanSmart NJ,...

Intellectual Property a Burgeoning Market

Not every idea is a good one, and even those that seem possible on first glance may not bear fruit. Yet even a great idea may be destined to...

WINLAB Looks Ahead (& Up) to Wireless Future

We’re standing in a big empty room in the WINLAB facility on Route 1 in North Brunswick at the Technology Center of New Jersey (www. winlab.rutgers. edu). The room...

Sensible Security

Sometime late in 2006 security analysts reported several potential flaws and unprotected records to the 800-store chain T.J. Maxx. The analysts proposed procedural and equipment remedies costing between $50,000...

Corporate Angels

Roma Bank, which has branches around central New Jersey, has given $15,000 to Boheme Opera New Jersey. The money will go toward completion of the opera company’s 19th season....

Who Will Win the Tonys — A Critic’s Picks

Living up to its fabled moniker as “the fabulous invalid,” Broadway survived a crippling 19-day strike by the stage hands’ union last fall.One play, “August: Osage County,” was undeterred...