Georgianne Vinicombe of Monday Morning Flower and Balloon Co. talks about making the decision to retire, how the industry has changed, and what she's learned - and what is innate to her - about entrepreneurship.
Thomas Edison State University and Mercer Street Friends are hosting a Back-to-School Readiness Fair on Saturday, August 6, at 315 West State Street in Trenton.
Commander Evita Salles will be the special guest of the New Jersey Chamber's "Lessons from the Navy" conversation about the U.S. Navy's "innovative" new policies on July 28.
NJ's groundbreaking 2020 Environmental Justice Law, which seeks to protect low-income and communities of color from additional industrial pollution, is the first in the nation to end disparities in the siting of these facilities.
Adults who are seeking to become familiar with the internet and using email are invited to register for Internet and Email Basics, a six-week series beginning Wednesday, July 20, at Princeton Public Library.
Daniel Farber Huang and Theresa Menders have written a guide to personal privacy that Huang discusses at Princeton Public Library on Wednesday, June 29.
Editor Kerri Sullivan and other contributors to “New Jersey Fan Club: Artists and Writers Celebrate the Garden State” participate in an upcoming "Book Brunch" event at Princeton Public Library.
Two years after Gov. Phil Murphy signed New Jersey’s Environmental Justice Law into effect, the proposed rules and regulations are now open for public comment.
“Building a Place for History: Rediscovery and Renewal 2022” is an all-day affair on Friday, June 3, from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. that features a choice of nine educational sessions, historic tours, a marketplace, lunch, and a closing reception for networking.
Isles, Inc., the Trenton-based community development and environmental nonprofit, is hosting its second annual virtual Forum from Monday through Friday, June 6 through 10.
Mercer County Community College has teamed up with New York-based Fusemachines to help business owners discover the benefits of Artificial Intelligence technology with its upcoming eight-week course “Artificial Intelligence for Professionals.”
Making a business stand out requires extensive planning and forethought. SCORE Princeton is enlisting the help of leadership coach John Patrick Vasturia for a free Zoom webinar to tackle the necessary tactics for success.
As June’s annual observance of LGBTQ+ Pride Month comes around, so can an influx of confusion or misunderstandings in relation to issues affecting individuals in the community.
The Rutgers Food Innovation Center helps food entrepreneurs take products from idea to market production. Those looking to join the industry can learn what it takes at the FIC’s Food Business Basics workshop on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 10 and 11.
"Population Trends in New Jersey” won’t fit the bill for easy or fun reading. However, Rutgers University professors James W. Hughes and David Listokin’s new Rutgers University Press book provides some intriguing information that helps us understand who we New Jerseyans are.
The NJBIA and Advocates for Children of New Jersey are partnering to co-host an event addressing how businesses can do their part to help alleviate the state's child care crisis.
From May 4 onwards, New Jersey businesses will be unable to distribute and sell single-use plastic bags as well as polystyrene foam products as part of what is being described as “the strongest” bag ban in the nation.
Hoping to return the local economic infrastructure to its former glory, the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce has planned the “ReNew Jersey Business Summit” on Wednesday and Thursday, April 13 and 14, at the Borgata Hotel in Atlantic City.
While unemployment has become a problem for many groups throughout the world because of the COVID-19 pandemic, autistic individuals have, and will continue to, face significant barriers in trying to join the workforce.
An effective introduction combines the elements of authenticity and creativity, with the speaker momentarily taking command of a room in a business meeting.
The time for filing income taxes is upon us, so for those looking for free tax return preparation, including services specifically for seniors, there are a number of approved sites throughout Mercer County staffed and waiting to offer complimentary assistance.
Rather than standing alone, nonprofits and businesses can become a powerful team, joining forces for a meaningful look at health — both physically and mentally, as the inseparable components remain consistently challenged by the ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the fourth iteration of the Pitch Stop event, a shark tank-esque battle of the beginning businesses, selected innovators and entrepreneurs will be showing their products or services to an experienced panel of investors — in turn, they receive important feedback to help them grow.
Career coach Jeff Altman offers tips for successful salary negotiation at the virtual Professional Service Group of Mercer County meeting on Friday, February 4.
Chris Christie, the former New Jersey governor and unsuccessful 2016 GOP presidential candidate, has been hitting the press with a new book, “Republican Rescue: Saving the Party from Truth Deniers, Conspiracy Theorists, and the Dangerous Policies of Joe Biden.”
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has extended the deadline for businesses of all sizes, private nonprofit organizations, homeowners, and renters to apply for a physical disaster loan to Wednesday, January 5, 2022.
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.
The African American Cultural Collaborative of Mercer County launches the first installment of its Building Wealth in Our Community: Financial Literacy Series on Saturday, November 6.
Conservation activists celebrate the cancellation of the PennEast Pipeline project and commend the individuals, organizations, and government entities that helped stop it.
In an effort to spur New Jerseyans to return to work amid labor shortages across multiple industries, Governor Phil Murphy has announced a “Return and Earn” incentive program.
Applications are being accepted for the Mercer County Division of Culture and Heritage’s Local Arts Program (LAP) grants and Mercer County History Regrants.
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.
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.