Nationally known Roosevelt-based sculptor Jonathan Shahn has died at age 82.
State Theatre New Jersey in New Brunswick has announced extensive renovation focused on accessibility and safety; audience and artist experience; and operational efficiency.
A partnership of D&R Greenway Land Trust, Friends of Hopewell Valley Open Space, and the Township of Hopewell has come together to open three new loop trails on Pennington Mountain as part of the Woosamonsa Ridge Preserve.
New leaders have joined USRowing and Mercadien.
Monmouth Junction-based CytoSorbents has entered into several agreements to market its CytoSorb blood purification device to U.S. hospitals.
More than two dozen Princeton-area companies appear on the Inc. 5000 list. Area nonprofits are teaming up to prevent evictions. And more.
Marion Friedman and Efrain Monterroso are the co-founders of PACE Education, a one-on-one mentoring program catering exclusively to low-income students.
Kevin Keenan and Britt Masback co-authored “Lesson Plans for Justice Reform: A Call to Action for Students and Teachers” in the January issue of the Vera Institute’s Think Justice Blog.
New Jersey colleges will receive additional CARES Act funding. TRAC Intermodal has a new CEO.
Taft Communication recently released results of its fifth annual New Jersey State of Diversity Survey showing marked generational differences in attitudes and experiences around race, religion, and ethnicity in New Jersey’s workplaces, as well as differences based on political party affiliation and race.