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Special services: How RWJBH is meeting unique health care needs of specialized communities

When the now-named Babs Siperstein PROUD Center opened at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset in January 2017, it was noted as the first health care facility in New Jersey to provide primary care...

A salute to the arts: NJPAC honors Newark legend Sarah Vaughan

On a night when everyone tried to describe the indescribable — the impact the late, great Sarah Vaughan had on jazz (and music) as we edge closer to the 100th birthday of Newark’s favorite...

Power of partnerships is on display at African American Chamber business conference

John Harmon, the founder and CEO of the African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey, always is listening for new ways to connect his members to contracts — really, to connect his community...

Smart move: EDA creates Diversity Finance Advisory Board, names 1st 10 members

How wrong is it that fewer than 2% of all venture capital dollars go to Black entrepreneurs, fewer than 2% goes to Latino entrepreneurs and fewer than 1% goes to women of color …...

Hunger Action Month: Food insecurity isn’t getting same attention it did during pandemic —...

Conventional wisdom exists for a reason — it makes sense. As in, it makes sense that those in the Shore area who are suffering from food insecurity probably do a little better in the summer,...

College rankings: Montclair State shows why social mobility scores may matter more

The release of the U.S. News & World Report college rankings Monday was a Super Bowl-type moment for higher education in New Jersey and around the country — as it is a snapshot of...

9/11: Remembering the past — but thinking of the future

There was a processional of dignitaries and first responders to one of the most scenic 9/11 memorials in the state, a 21-gun salute, bagpipes, a chorus, the solemn reading of the 64 names of...

Tahesha Way, the ultimate public servant, gets overdue moment in spotlight as new LG

Do you remember all the problems and protests New Jersey had around the 2020 election — all of our recent elections, really? Issues with voting machines, mail-in ballots, early voting? You don’t? Maybe it’s because...

Why it’s impossible to read our People of Color list and not find dozens...

Corporate America’s recent revelations about social equity (insert shake of the head here) led to a number of people of color being asked to join corporate boards in recent years — as proven by...

It’s the last week of summer — why aren’t you on vacation?

We’re not trying to start an office revolt — certainly not at ROI-NJ. But, as we start perhaps the second-slowest workweek of the year, the question must be asked: What are we all doing...

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Elite Consulting Partners acquires Advisor Successions

Elite Consulting Partners in Moorestown has acquired Advisors Successions LLC, a New York-based firm specializing in matching qualified buyers and sellers within the financial...

Berson remembered: ‘He truly cared about all people’

When word of Marc Berson’s passing went around the state this weekend, some of New Jersey’s most powerful players — starting with the governor...

Saffron, modern Indian dining restaurant, to open in Red Bank 

Saffron, a new restaurant with a uniquely modern twist to traditional Indian cuisine, will open to the public in Red Bank on Dec. 15. Located...

PSE&G confident its $3.1B Energy Efficiency II filing will lower bills — and state’s...

The ask is substantial: $3.1 billion. But officials at Public Service Electric & Gas are confident the Clean Energy Future – Energy Efficiency II...

Investors are younger and more diverse than before …. new federal regulations could set...

In recent years, technological innovations, a competitive market and smart regulation have removed barriers that historically excluded diverse and lower-income Americans from the stock...