Members of the Trenton and Mercer County communities joined media professionals to celebrate the grand opening of the Central New Jersey Network studio at One West State Street in Trenton.

The Princeton Einstein Museum of Science names Priya Peyman as its director of development, while the Friends of Princeton Open Space have welcomed six new trustees to their board.

    The New Jersey Department of Health announces a $250,000 grant opportunity to support a program focused on integrating primary care, behavioral health, palliative care, hospice, and telehealth services for members of the military, veterans, and first responders.

    Obituaries from the week of May 24, 2023.

      The Princeton Area Community Foundation is hosting a virtual gathering on Wednesday, May 24, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. for nonprofits and community advocates to share their thoughts on summer programming needs.

      The Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber hosts "Water, Water Everywhere: How Climate Change is Altering Development in NJ" with speakers like assistant municipal engineer Jim Purcell on Thursday, May 11.

      The Learning Disabilities Association of New Jersey will have its spring conference and resource expo at the College of New Jersey Education Building on May 6, featuring keynote speaker John J. Mulholland Jr. from the Hamilton-based ASAH.

      Obituaries from the week of May 3, 2023.

        Investigative reporter, Princeton professor, and author Andrea Elliott will be featured at HomeFront's Women’s Initiative reception on Thursday, April 27, at the Westin in Princeton Forrestal Village.

        Female leaders at the intersection of science and entrepreneurship are set to speak at the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council's '2023 Empower Conference and Pitch Competition.'

        Consultant Terrence Seamon speaks at the Professional Service Group of Mercer County meeting on Friday, April 21, at Princeton Public Library.

        Biological analysis services provider Accurant Biotech recently signed a 10-year lease for a first floor space at 500 College Road East.

        Obituaries from the week of April 12, 2023.

        Professors Kristie McAlpine and Matthew Piszczek explore the benefits of commuting to work for the online journal "The Conversation."

        The New Jersey Conservation Foundation's co-executive director, Tom Gilbert, talks about how the DEP's proposal of updated rules for the Green Acres Program can continue to preserve more land for public use.

        The I Am Trenton Community Foundation, Isles, Inc., and Penn Medicine Princeton Cancer Center announce financial support for local projects.

        The Princeton YWCA is putting a fitting exclamation point on Women's History Month with its annual Tribute to Women Awards on Friday, March 31. 

        Good Grief, a nonprofit that promotes resilience and healthy coping skills for community members who have experienced loss, has announced board changes and promotions.

        Obituaries from the week of March 22, 2023.

        Isaac Kremer talks about the mission and methodology of Experience Princeton, the new nonprofit established for the municipality's special improvement district for commercial revitalization, at Gotham Princeton's meeting on Friday, March 17.

        Business consultant and strategist Vanessa Zamy of "Your Vision's Catalyst" presents "Recession Proof Leadership: Prevent Quiet Quitting in Your Small Business," an ongoing webinar, on Wednesday, March 22.

          After a two-year hiatus, the Mercer County Tax-Aide program is reopening with free tax preparation services on Saturdays at Princeton's Nassau Presbyterian Church.

          Obituaries from the week of March 8, 2023.

          Five trustees have joined the board of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mercer County, and Mercer County Community College has named Gonzalo Perez as its new AVP of Academic Affairs for Workforce Education and Innovation.

          Mary Anne Kennedy of MAKHR Consulting talks about how your MBTI personality test results can lead to a new career choice at the Princeton Public Library on February 10.

          The NJ CSIT Board has awarded a combined $1.275 million in grants to 17 startups to accelerate the development of technologies, products, and services that support maternal and child wellbeing.