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Princeton University Business Partnership Gets Energized

Princeton University’s newly created Energy and Environment Corporate Affiliates program, which looks to encourage sustainable energy and environmental technologies, has signed its first charter member in PSEG.According to Lynn...

Companies On the Move

#b#anagement Moves#/b#New Jersey State Council on the Arts, 225 West State Street, Fourth Floor, Box 306, Trenton 08625-0306; 609-292-6130; fax, 609-989-1440. Nicholas Paleologos, executive director. www.njartscouncil.orgThe New Jersey State...

Jamie Saxon: The Christmas Pageant

It started, as all teenage communication starts, with a text. My son Mackenzie’s friend, Marol, whose father, Roland Feickert, is the minister at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Lawrenceville,...

Know Where Your Charity Dollars Go

Good will and charity come with the territory in late December, but the state Division of Consumer Affairs wants donors to know who they’re dealing with.On Monday the division...

NJHA Affiliate Wins $7M Contract

The Health Research and Educational Trust of New Jersey, a nonprofit affiliate of the New Jersey Hospital Association, based at 760 Alexander Road, has received a two-year, $7 million...

Bezos Family Gives Princeton $15M for New Center

Jeff Bezos, the founder and CEO of Amazon.com, and his wife, MacKenzie, will donate $15 million to Princeton University to create a center in the Princeton Neuroscience Institute. The...

South Brunswick Gets Coca-Cola Plant

A year after breaking ground, the Coca-Cola Company has opened its new 226,000-square-foot facility on Route 130 in South Brunswick that is expected to employ 1,250.The facility is a...

How Businesses Can Help Schools In Desperate Need

There is little argument that New Jersey’s urban school districts are in bad shape. Inner city districts like Trenton, which once were considered among the state’s elite public school...

Hope Springs from Tragedy

Tragedy changes lives and grief persists. But when Jean and John Gianacaci of Hopewell lost their 22-year-old daughter Christine to the Haitian earthquake of January, 2010, Jean knew that...

Theater Review: ‘Stick Fly’

Lydia R. Diamond’s play “Stick Fly,” now on Broadway, appears to be sticking around. Following its world premiere at Chicago’s Congo Square Theater Company in 2006, it was subsequently...