Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Fast Lane

News from the business community

Crosstown Moves, New in Towns, Deaths

Barbara Ann Shary, 74, on March 9. She was employed with Verizon Communications for over 33 years prior to her retirement in 2001.

Nelson Glass Makes Their Mark in Princeton With New Apartments

The new apartments, called the ‘Nelson Glass Building,’ will be part of what Robbie Nelson hopes will be the firm’s legacy in Princeton despite the business leaving for Alexander Road.

Alexander Road Bridge to Be Replaced

A plan to replace the Alexander Road bridge over the D&R Canal is the topic of a public information session on Wednesday, December 19.

Management Moves: New Jersey Policy Perspective Taps McKoy

New Jersey Policy Perspective, a Trenton-based public policy think tank, has made Brandon McKoy its next president.

Deaths: William Bryce Thompson IV Dies at 87

Thompson was once one of the largest individual landowners in Princeton. He operated Thompson Management on Nassau Street starting in 1958.

Whatever Happened to the MidJersey Chamber?

The MidJersey and Princeton Regional Chambers have talked for years about a merger. An "historic announcement" is coming March 28.

A Princeton Presence on the Moon’s Surface

There is only one piece of equipment from the Apollo 11 mission still functioning on the moon half a century later, and it was designed by a Princeton graduate student and created by a company with an office in Yardley.

Troubled Foxmoor Shopping Center in Robbinsville Gets New Owner

The troubled Foxmoor Shopping Center in Robbinsville has a new owner, and in a hopeful turn of events, it’s a developer with a history of revitalizing shopping malls.

UIH Family Partners Gives Fathers Hope

As Father’s Day approaches, there are Mercer County fathers who through a variety of circumstance are unable to have the full experience of being a dad but are determined to find a way to interact with and be a part of their children’s life. UIH Family Partners in Trenton is a program that gives them that hope.

Princeton Couple Accused of Creating Ponzi Scheme

A Princeton couple has been accused of creating a Ponzi scheme to defraud members of their social circle of more than $5 million.

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