The New Jersey Department of Health and Agriculture Building on South Warren Street, consisting of an eight-story office wing and a five-story laboratory wing, is playing a role in an ongoing, slow-moving Capital City drama.
The United Way is offering a financial coaching program; Ewing Town Center has begun leasing; and more.
The NJEDA has announced a new grant programming. Rider plans to operate in-person this fall. Woodmont Way apartments are now leasing in West Windsor.
Rutgers scientists have developed accurate, one-hour tests for new strains of COVID-19. Princeton Junior School is expanding. A new dispensary is coming to Lawrence Township. And more.
New leadership for the D&R Greenway Board, a move for Princeton Infrared, and deaths.
The Princeton Area Community Foundation awarded over $2 million to more than 50 local nonprofits in its second phase of COVID-19 Relief & Recovery Grant funding activities.
John Thuber is retiring from TESU and the RWJ Hamilton Foundation board has new leadership.
Those recently lost include former Hamilton mayor Jack Rafferty.
Leadership changes at Hamilton Jewelers and NJAAW, a merger for InsiderScore, and more.
Trenton Children's Chorus announces a new advisory board. A $1 million gift will benefit Black business enterprises. NRG's CFO is leaving the company.