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NJMEP is 1 step from funding for more apprenticeships, South Jersey office

Gov. Phil Murphy has until mid-December to decide if he wants to sign a bill into law that would allow for a permanent $1.5 million annual contribution to the New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program. MEP...

Pru Center is happy to serve as polling place, hopeful it can maintain strong...

When the Prudential Center serves as a polling place for as many as 8,000 Newark residents on Tuesday, it will be a visible byproduct of a months-long process to ensure the building is used...

RWJBH’s Ostrowsky called for state shutdown in March before others. He has different view...

It was the middle of March — a time when New Jersey could still identify each new case of something people were still calling the coronavirus (not the more accurate COIVD-19). A time when...

BioCentriq opens at NJII: ‘This is a complete game-changer for N.J.’

New Jersey Institute of Technology President Joel Bloom said BioCentriq is the type of company the school had in mind when it created the New Jersey Innovation Institute in 2015 as a platform for...

Latina Equal Pay Day brings another injustice to light

Moments after she sent out a tweet recognizing Latina Equal Pay Day, Claribel Cortes sent a text to an old boss. It was to a woman who made her day when she called Cortes...

Why voting by mail will impact down-ballot races more than anything else

Dan Bowen is an associate professor and chair of the department of political science at The College of New Jersey. He also is a registered voter. And, this year, he voted differently than he...

Garrett: ‘I think the hospital of the future is going to be different’

Bob Garrett makes it clear: He doesn’t foresee a scenario — no matter how big the second wave of COVID-19 gets — where some hospitals in the Hackensack Meridian Health system would be used...

Even COVID crisis couldn’t stop Kinsey, age 80, from going to work at Saint...

Her family, friends and coworkers for generations at Saint Peter’s University Hospital gently tried to tell Julia Kinsey that she should take some time off — a temporary leave of absence, they said. They warned...

In times of crisis, heroes are everywhere

The hospital CEO described the COVID-19 pandemic — and the surge that hit New Jersey’s hospitals in the spring — in a way few others had done before. “We’ve been preaching health care as a...

At HMH, these 3 concerns move to forefront as second COVID wave moves in

Hackensack Meridian Health has cared for as many COVID-19 patients as any health system in the state, and likely the country. The total to date — and it’s growing every day — is more than...

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Beyoncé’s big give in N.J.: Clementon cosmetology school awarded $50K to provide 5 full...

Jana’s Cosmetology Academy in Clementon recently was one of five schools in the country to be awarded $50,000 to be used to provide five...

Recognizing the real impacts of another major N.J. business tax

While Gov. Phil Murphy tries to convince New Jersey businesses, the Legislature and himself that he is fair to our job creators and providers,...
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Jersey City-based Imperial Dade on Friday announced it acquired Brawner Paper Co. of Houston. The transaction represents the 81st acquisition for Imperial Dade under...

Avalon Rehab & Healthcare names Dr. Robert Laurente as medical director

Avalon Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center in Hamilton has named Dr. Robert Laurente, as its new medical director. The appointment coincides with a repositioning and...

Ware Malcomb announces promotions for three of their Northeast Leaders

Newark-based design firm Ware Malcomb recently announced promotions of three of its Northeast leaders: Jon Anderson to regional director; Ed Wilkes to regional director;...