For all of Trenton’s well documented troubles, the capital city also has several distinct advantages. One is the presence in the heart of town of a major public transit center, serving Amtrak, NJ Transit, and Riverline passengers — thousands every day.
Sate Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio says the state is investing in education, transportation, and NJ Transit.
Andy Goodman discusses why bad presentations happen to good causes on March 7 at Cobblestone Creek Country Club.
In 2015 John Walsh, at age 34, was busy raising his kids and plugging along in his career as a risk manager for large multinational insurance companies. Then, as he says, life gave him a tap on the shoulder.
In his new book on urban planning, “The Divided City: Poverty and Prosperity in Urban America,” former Trenton official Alan Mallach takes a hard look at the problems that dog every city in America.
The missing component in artificial intelligence today is common-sense knowledge shared by human beings.
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,”
The Keller Center will hold its annual demo day on Tuesday, August 14, from 2:30 to 6:15 p.m. at the Frick Chemistry Lab at Princeton.
Jessica Durrie shares the secrets to Small World Coffee’s success at the September 12 Princeton Chamber breakfast.
Cyber security is the theme of the 44th annual Trenton Computer Festival on March 23.