Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the AARP Foundation Tax-Aide Program will not be offered at any physical sites in Mercer County this year, the group announced.
James Demetriades has been named to replace Barry Rabner as CEO of Penn Medicine Princeton Health.
The New Jersey Foundation for Aging is new New Jersey Advocates for Aging Well. Trenton Catholic Academy is closing. CBIZ acquires Borden Perlman. And more news from the business community.
Barrett Young is the new CEO of the Rescue Mission of Trenton. Jennifer Nelson takes the helm at the State Library in February.
Trenton's EFK Group is working with Ogilvy. Near leaders have been appointed at LALDEF, NRG, and Bioclinica. COVID cases close Amazon fulfillment center in Robbinsville.
Professional artists collaborated with Rider students on the installation of new murals celebrating diversity. Rutgers is leading a clinical trial on a new therapy for mild or asymptomatic cases of COVID-19. And more.
Mercer County has acquired Hopewell Valley Golf & Country Club. Princeton University's Cecilia Rouse has been nominated to chair President-elect Joe Biden's Council of Economic Advisors.
Weeks after the future of baseball in Trenton was thrown into jeopardy when the New York Yankees announced that they were ending their affiliation with the minor league Trenton Thunder, Major League Baseball has breathed new life into the team.
UIH Family Partners, a Trenton-based community organization that provides innovative programs and services to support men in meeting the responsibilities of fatherhood, announced the completion of its rebranding, establishing itself as The Father Center of New Jersey.
The CDC has issued new guidance to employers on how best to manage COVID testing for their employees.