Princeton Senior Resource Center recently celebrated the grand opening of the Nancy S. Klath Center for Lifelong Learning, and the public is now invited to explore the new facility.

    David Nirenberg will become the Institute's 10th director next July. Jan De Witte has been tapped as Integra LifeSciences' next president and CEO.

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    If owning and running the Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market has been Joseph Kuzemka’s full-time job for a while, owning and running the new Out of Step Offbeat Boutique and General Store will now be his other full-time job.

    The NJEDA has a new grant program to assist small businesses with lease payments. The Lobby Club opens in Trenton, and PTC Therapeutics hosts a ribbon cutting in Hopewell.

      The Princeton Symphony Orchestra has appointed Kenneth Bean to the position of Georg and Joyce Albers-Schonberg Assistant Conductor. Autism Speaks has appointed Keith Wargo as its new president and CEO.

        One day after meteorologist Syukuro Manabe won the prize for physics, chemistry professor David MacMillan was named a winner of the award for chemistry. In the week that followed, three alumni also received awards.

        National Suicide Prevention Week has just ended, but the school year has just begun, and for many parents keeping students healthy both physically and mentally is at front of mind.

          The Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce is marking a return to standard programming — with in-person gatherings — with a discussion of something else poised to make a comeback: the economy.

          John Mack is the new director of athletics at Princeton University.

            Parc at Princeton Junction, a 232-unit housing community located less than a mile from Princeton Junction Train Station, has been sold to a private buyer for $92.15 million, JLL Capital Markets announced.

            I am in my home office library in Lawrenceville, hard at work as a medical librarian for a global publisher of professional content serving doctors and nurses. It is as I prepare for a late afternoon virtual meeting that I become aware of a sudden, strange buzzing sound nearby.

            G.E. Marshall, Inc., at 810 South Broad Street in Trenton, is a longtime producer of custom awnings that may well be one of the longest-operating businesses in the capital city.

              Career opportunities in New Jersey’s new medical cannabis industry are on the rise and now is the time to get in on the ground floor of this growing industry.

                As the fast-spreading delta variant of COVID-19 upends what was supposed to be a summer marking the return of normalcy to daily life, the state is moving to require vaccinations or weekly testing among new groups of employees.

                  Trenton Health Team invites community members with disabilities and those caring for them to assist in an initiative to identify and eliminate barriers — physical and structural — preventing their full participation in community life and blocking access to helpful services and resources.

                  Arm in Arm, the Trenton-based nonprofit provider of food and financial support for community members who are struggling financially, is accepting applications for its NextGen Leadership Council. 

                  Area nonprofit leaders aspiring to become future executive directors have an opportunity to build their skills and network in a new program, “Leading from Within,” offered by Princeton-based NonProfitConnect.