The Trenton-based African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey will hold its annual black-tie awards gala on Thursday, February 6, at 5 p.m., at the Palace at Somerset Park in Somerset.
Employment law specialist Elizabeth Zuckerman offers a class titled “Know Your Rights as an Employee” through the Princeton Adult School.
If you’re buying or selling real estate, it might be valuable to know what lies ahead for the market in 2020.
Cathy Kreyche presents on how to deal with stress at the January 31 PSG meeting.
Stark and Stark attorney Robert F. Morris will lead two free workshops on significant changes to the rules governing IRAs.
The annual Princeton Community Works conference, aimed at those involved with nonprofit organizations, takes place Monday, January 27.
Michele Lederman will deliver a webinar on “How to Get What You Want: Influencing Others into Action" on Thursday, January 23.
The Route 1 corridor, once the “medicine chest” of the nation, is no longer the dominant force it once was.
Affordable housing is in short supply in New Jersey. And affordable housing that’s accessible for seniors is even harder to find.
Rachel Wainer Apter, director of the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights, is the state official most directly responsible for fighting hate crimes.