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Hughes Center poll finds GOP enthusiasm high for midterm elections

The economy and inflation are viewed as top issues in next week's election, according to a Stockton University Poll released Wednesday. When New Jersey’s voters were asked which party they prefer in the congressional election,...

Camden connection: Redd remains focused on helping city grow

In 2012, in just her second year as mayor of Camden, Dana Redd made a decision that she knew was not a good move for her political career.  She knew, however, that it was good...

Choose New Jersey adds 5 global brands with integration of CEO Council

The New Jersey CEO Council has integrated into Choose New Jersey — creating a powerful partnership that will strengthen the state’s leading nonprofit economic development organization's mission to grow the state’s economy, according to...

How businesses can (and should) communicate leading up to divisive election

With about one week remaining before a high-stakes and divisive U.S. midterm election, private-sector leaders might be thinking through how to address this political climate within their organizations. Like it or not, employees are...

Hunterdon County takes big step toward expanding high-speed broadband

The pandemic didn’t expose the connectivity challenges that residents of Hunterdon County suffer — especially in its most rural areas. Ask anyone who lives there: They’re well-known. It did, however, push the county into taking...

N.J. Chamber’s Atlantic City business summit & expo to return

The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce announced Thursday it will host another two-day summit & expo, March 14-15 at Harrah’s Resort in Atlantic City. Last spring, the chamber gathered more than 650 business executives for...

Coughlin touts support for manufacturing at Middlesex roundtable

Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin offered strong support for manufacturing in the state during a roundtable with sector leaders Wednesday in Sayreville. “Good-paying middle-class jobs that empower people to take pride in their work and to...

Absecon’s Regis participates in Capitol Hill health care briefing

Dr. Jon Regis, a longtime accessible wellness advocate and pioneer in New Jersey’s health care industry, became one of the few doctors from the southern New Jersey region to participate in a Capitol Hill...

TCNJ to offer Master of Public Policy degree, starting in fall 2023

Playing off its proximity to the New Jersey State House and numerous state agencies and policy organizations in the Trenton-Ewing area, The College of New Jersey announced Tuesday that it will begin offering a...

War of words over divestment: Treasury disputes O’Scanlon’s characterization of its efforts on Russia

In an unusually strong response from a government agency, the New Jersey Treasury took exception to state Sen. Declan O’Scanlon’s criticism of its efforts to divest its investments from Russia and Belarus. On Monday, O’Scanlon...

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Hands-on education in investigative genetic genealogy is now available from the newly launched Ramapo College Investigative Genetic Genealogy Center, according to a Thursday announcement...

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Nearly two years after she was promoted to chief operating officer, Kara Rogan was elevated to CEO of Morristown-based CoWorx Staffing Services, according to...

Verisk’s Shavel will assume the role of president as Anquillare steps down

Mark Anquillare is stepping down from his role as president of Verisk as of Jan. 15, and CEO Lee Shavel will assume the role,...