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Theater Is on for 30 Years at Off-Broadstreet Theater

During the Off-Broadstreet Theater’s 30th anniversary season, producers Bob and Julie Thick won’t be throwing a party. Not that they don’t like celebrations, but curtain time for their play...

A Modern-Day Prometheus Brings Fireworks to New Jersey and Beyond

John Adams had an original idea about the Fourth of July. “It ought to be solemnized with Pomp and Parade, with Shews, Games, Sports, Guns, Bells, Bonfires and Illuminations...

Challenges of the OnePrinceton Card

It seemed like a great idea. Heartland Payment Systems wanted to take its payment processing clout local, cutting out high credit card fees for Princeton merchants and passing the...

Princeton Power Partners For Better Battery for Green Energy

There is a fundamental engineering challenge that comes with building a power grid based on wind or solar energy: Where does the power come from after the sun goes...

Statue of Liberty Work Wins Award

Mills + Schnoering Architects, a Forrestal Road-based firm, has earned an award for its work on a project of monumental proportions — the restoration of the Statue of Liberty....

Management Moves

Antares Pharma Inc. (AIS), 100 Princeton South, Suite 300, Ewing 08628; 609-359-3020; fax, 609-359-3015. Eamonn P. Hobbs, president and CEO. www.antares­pharma.com.Paul K. Wotton has resigned as president and CEO...

Herring Properties Announces Newly Configured Space at Orchard Road

Herring Properties, a developer with holdings primarily in the Mercer/Bucks region, recently announced the completion of renovations to an office complex at 23 Orchard Road in Skillman, NJ. The...

Lawrence Welcomes Wishing Well Adult Day Health Care Center

Wishing Well Adult Day Health Care, LLC, has signed a long-term lease to operate the first adult medical day care facility in Mercer County to be located in 14,800...

Commencement Speakers

One of the more anti-climactic moments of the tumultuous four years I was enrolled in college in the late 1960s was graduation day. Princeton in 1969 had no formal...