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Hernandez reelected as chair of NJCU Foundation

Peter Fernandez, a senior vice president at Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, was reelected as chair of the New Jersey City University Foundation board, the group announced this week. Hernandez, who joined the foundation in 2013...

Career Classroom: Atlantic County Institute of Technology students get real-world experience through internships at...

Jah Xavier Delgado sits in front of his laptop computer in the media center at Atlantic County Institute of Technology staring intently into his screen. But he’s not checking his social media accounts, or watching...

Teaching the teachers: S.J. chamber program helps business community connect with educators

Roger Roslowski was not very familiar with Mannington Mills. Roslowski, a business teacher at Cinnaminson High School in Burlington County, knew little about the fourth-generation family business based in Salem, other than the fact it...

Subject many of us could use help with is now mandatory in middle school:...

Gov. Phil Murphy signed legislation Friday requiring civics instruction at the middle school level — perhaps a logical result of a more-than-yearlong period of unprecedented government oversight at the state level as well as...

Mask mandate for schools this fall? Assembly Education chair hints at need

Assembly Education Committee Chairwoman Pam Lampitt did not directly say masks should be mandated when students and educators return to school this fall — but she did get close to that line. Lampitt (D-Voorhees) is...

HMH welcomes largest class (161) at its School of Medicine

The newest class members at the Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine launched their medical careers Thursday with a white coat ceremony at the school. The 161 students that make up the latest class at the...

Murphy signs bills that will enable veterans more access to higher ed, expanded property...

Bills that grant veterans and servicemembers easier access to higher education, expand access to the disabled veterans’ property tax exemption and establish an annual grant program within the Troops to College Program to recognize...

Charter school relocating within Newark under new lease, Lee & Associates says

A charter school has signed a lease to relocate within Newark, according to real estate firm Lee & Associates New Jersey. University Heights Charter School signed for 35,000 square feet at 570 Broad St., agreeing...

Pillar College president to step down, assume chancellor’s role

Pillar College President David Schroeder is stepping down and assuming a new role as chancellor of the Newark-based evangelical college, it announced Thursday. Schroeder will serve as the college’s president until Aug. 31, or until...

Jersey City, EDC launch ‘Helmets to Hardhats’ program

Steve Fulop, the mayor of Jersey City and a veteran, announced Tuesday that the city is joining with the Elizabeth Development Co. to launch a “Helmets to Hardhats” training program — an effort that...

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CVS Health to increase minimum wage to $15 in July 2022

In a move that could have great impact in New Jersey, CVS Health announced Wednesday that all of its employees nationwide will make at least...

Geoponica Greens, indoor vertical farm, to open facility in Hamilton Twp.

Geoponica Greens, an indoor hydroponics vertical farm business based in Chesilhurst, is expanding its existing operations to the historic Mill One warehouse in Hamilton...

Pediatrician signs lease for medical office space in Parsippany

A pediatric provider has signed a lease for 1,377 square feet of medical office space at Parsippany Commons, according to real estate firm Larken...

Zoetis acquiring Australian maker of veterinary medicines

Zoetis, the Parsippany-based animal health company, has agreed to acquire a leading maker of livestock and companion animal medicines, it announced Wednesday. The deal would...

Employment grows by 330K jobs, showing ‘uneven progress,’ ADP says

The nation’s private-sector employment increased by 330,000 jobs in July, according to the latest report from Roseland-based ADP. The human resources and payroll company said...