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Education and Civic Engagement Awards

The Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Education Committee presented its annual Business Education Initiative Award to Eleanor V. Horne, vice president of ETS Social Investment Fund, at the...

Companies on the Move

HVCB Opens in Princeton Hopewell Valley Community Bank will open a new branch next month at the intersection of Route 206 and Mount Lucas Road.The Princeton branch will be...

Save The Earth, It’s Our Only Source of Chocolate

Wine and chocolate are not a match I have traditionally thought of as ready-made. I’m more likely to pair my chocolate with, well, more chocolate, than with wine. I’m...

How A Company Gets Big And Strong

When Integra LifeSciences was just a little company, not even deemed creditworthy by the bank from which it was seeking funds, it managed to purchase a company twice its...

John Boutte Brings N’Awlins to the Crawfish Fest

While singer-songwriter John Boutte is about as New Orleans born-and-bred as one can get, what he sings in most of his shows is a smorgasbord of songs, some having...

Notable Chamber Events

#h#Eleventh Annual Educator Institute Explores Careers in Healthcare’#/h#The Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce Foundation is hosting its 11th annual Educator’s Institute, running Tuesday, June 23, through Thursday, June 25....

Laser Focus Your Networking Skills

Golf clubs and country clubs have pool rules and everyone splashing around in the pool knows what they should and should not be doing. When networking at a business...

Leadership Forum Focuses On Non-Profit Endeavors

The Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce Foundation will present a three-part workshop series titled "Social Entrepreneurship in the Non-Profit Sector", presented by Andrew Seligsohn, Director of Civic Engagement...

Comeback for Jean Luc? In the Hamptons, Yes

When the Princeton-based partners of Ed “Jean Luc” Kleefield announced their separation and the closing of their restaurant on Alexander Road, JL Ivy, one proof cited of Kleefield’s mismanagement...

Theater Review: ‘The Brothers Size’ & ‘Marcus; or the Secret of Sweet’

The second half of “The Brother/Sister Plays” trilogy has opened at McCarter Theater and the promise that playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney showed a few weeks ago has been confirmed...