Cyber security is the theme of the 44th annual Trenton Computer Festival on March 23.
It was a slow night at the Franklin Institute. Three of us watched chief astronomer Derrick Pitts explain the importance of Galileo’s telescopes to George Takei, who played Mr....
To help business owners make better decisions, Joseph Lamberti will present a workshop titled “Digital Marketing & Social Media Intro for Small Business” at the Bordentown Library.
Karen Ambrose will share the journey that led to opening her bakery and provide tips for those aspiring to start their own business at a free SCORE event December 18.
It will take a lot more than a sparkling speech and glowing presentation to convince serial entrepreneur and angel investor Mario Casabona to invest his cash into a new or emerging business.
Christopher Wise speaks on fine art insurance for the Princeton Preservation Group on Tuesday, August 13.
Kevin H. Michels will speak on “Innovation — Connecting Values, Ethics & Know-how to Change the World” at the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce Thursday, October 4.
Healthcare consultant and Hamilton resident Ed Eichhorn has co-authored “Healing American Healthcare: A Plan to Provide Quality Care for All, While Saving $1 Trillion a Year,”
Reed Gusciora defeated Paul Perez to become mayor of Trenton, eking out a margin of victory of just 355 votes (52 percent) in an election in which just 22 percent of eligible voters participated.
Volunteering, by definition, is unpaid work. But for job-seekers, it might still be a good use of time, even if it doesn’t immediately result in much needed cash, says Allison Howe, executive director of Princeton-based Volunteer Connect.