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Hugh Connolly: From Strange House to Dream Job

Hugh Connolly’s interest in architecture stretches back to eighth grade when, during a classroom drawing exercise, he sketched a concept house that was inspired by the spray foam used...

Starting a Business? Consider a Franchise

Jack Armstrong is deeply committed to franchising. He is president of the Franchise Network of New Jersey and is CFO of FranNet, which works with individuals to help them...

Roger Rees Untangles the Bard

There’s an old magazine cartoon that shows an actor onstage in Hamlet’s traditional black velvet. In the shell at the front of a stage is a helpful prompter, whispering...

Old Houses: Know What You’re Getting Into

People in the market for historic homes rarely talk in pragmatic terms. There is way too much romance in owning something that saw the birth of the nation, the...

Personal Wealth Conference

The road to personal wealth is not paved with investments alone, and alongside sound advice on planning, some of the country’s top financial and business personalities will offer guidance...

Real Home Improvements With Mainstreet

The weather is turning, and winter winds soon will be testing siding and roofing. Mainstreet Siding Home Improvements is ready.Murray Gilbert has been in the business for nearly 50...

Corporate Angels

The TD Charitable Foundation, the charitable giving arm of TD Bank, recently donated $5,000 to HomeFront of Mercer County, to help the organization fund supportive services for recently-homeless families.

Spreading the Word the Old-School Way

When we hear the phrase “word-of-mouth marketing” these days we automatically think of the Internet and social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and LinkedIn.But while these can...

History Comes Home: 2009 HSP Home Tour

Most homes built 100 or more years ago are small, due in equal measure to the materials builders had available, the efficiency of fireplace heating, and the financial state...

RWJ-Hamilton Hospital To Cut 19 Jobs

The need for more efficient use of space and a rough economy will cost 19 workers at RWJ-Hamilton hospital their jobs.The cuts, announced on October 22, are part of...

Trending Stories

Artist’s Travel Journals Reveal Images, Words, and Trends

For many, a personal journal is just that — personal, often kept in a discrete place such as the bottom of a drawer. Mikel Cirkus, on the other hand, wants to celebrate his journals with the world.