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MIDJersey Chamber Annual Awards Dinner

The MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce held its annual dinner on Wednesday, April 17, at the Hyatt Regency Princeton.More than 450 attended the event, which celebrated the chamber’s hall of...

‘Extinct’ Culture Takes Center Stage at Folk Fest

With more than 200 ethnic groups to be found in New Jersey, it’s unlikely the annual New Jersey Folk Festival will run out of ethnic groups to cast the...

Opportunities

Call for HistoryMercer County is celebrating its 175th anniversary this year and invites residents, past and present, to bring historical photographs, letters, and other special documents to be scanned...

Keeping Your Cash Flow Current

Most people pay their bills. And most businesses are reputable. These two facts allow business owners to feel comfortable doing business with other companies. Company A sends Company B...

Alternative Fuels Focus of Workshop

With gas prices remaining high, the search for viable alternatives to petroleum-based fuels is garnering more and more attention.The challenges and opportunities for alternative forms of fuels is the...

On the Move

#b#Crosstown Moves#/b#Chemical Resources Inc., 103 Carnegie Center, Suite 100, Princeton 08540; 609-688-1250; fax, 609-688-1251. Paul Keimig, president. www.chemres.com.Chemical Resources Inc., a global supplier of commodity and engineering resins, has...

Making Sweet Music On and Off the Stage

The way the band started sounds like something that writer Nicholas Sparks would have jotted down for one of his fantasy romance novels. Four guitarists are set to play...

Princeton Chamber Holds Golf Clinic For Women

A recent study conducted by Boston Consulting Group for the PGA revealed that there are 38 million women in the United States who have a latent interest in golf.For...

Summer Fiction & Volunteerism in the Air

Spring is in the air (on some days), the cicadas are waiting in the wings, and we already have had a few inquiries about our Summer Fiction issue. When...

Coastal Waves of Color and Impressions at Morven

The wrath of Hurricane Sandy made even the least likely beachgoers among us aware of the precious resource our coastline is. Thanks to the recovery, 2013 is expected to...

Trending Stories

How Trenton ‘Won’ Amazon’s HQ2 Battle

Imagine 8 million square feet in five closely connected campuses. Trenton's Amazon plan didn’t make the finals, but it uncovered some hidden assets within the city.