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The Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce Community Development Fund Announces Grant Opportunities For Not-for-Profit Organizations The Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce Community Development Fund is accepting grant applications from local not-for-profit organizations. Established in 2013 with a gift of $500,000 from

Moment Masters Small Business Podcast Celebrates One Year with Interviews of Top Speakers from Entrepreneurs Summit 2017 Shakira M. Brown a.k.a. The Small Biz Whisperer interviews leading business gurus on the Moment Masters Podcast In episode 33 of the Moment

Ware Malcomb, an award-winning international design firm, today announced that its Princeton, New Jersey office has relocated to a new larger location at 188 Nassau Street, 2nd Floor, Suite 1 in Princeton. The move accommodates the firm’s growing client and

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis beginning in July, so be sure to submit your application or refer colleagues and friends now! LNJ Fellows listed as referrers/references on applications submitted by August 1st may attend our Belmar Fishing Club

Pinot’s Palette Princeton Establishes NEW Art Enrichment Camp for teens, ages 12-17 Pinot’s Pallete’s NEW Art Enrichment Camp for teens, ages 12 – 17, combines art history, color theory, different schools of art and painting techniques.  They will cover Pop

“Dads Make a Difference.”  That message was the strong and unifying thread that ran throughout the 12th Annual Platinum Dads Awards Celebration, held June 17th at the Chauncey Hotel and Conference Center in Princeton, NJ.  Presented by UIH Family Partners

On June 16, D&R Greenway Land Trust presented Botanist and Rider University Biology Professor Emeritus Mary Allessio Leck with the Donald B. Jones Conservation Award. Dr. Leck has devoted more than four decades to the preservation of what is now

D&R Greenway Land Trust is hosting the Garden State Watercolor Society’s 48th annual exhibition Our World through Artists’ Eyes at the Johnson Education Center, 1 Preservation Place, Princeton, June 22 – August 21, with an opening reception and awards ceremony

Ananta’s Managing Director looks back-and forward–as the agency accepts three marketing communications awards for their work at the 2017 NJCAMA ASTRA Award Ceremony. Do creative awards still matter in the new world of marketing? I started to ponder this question

Princeton Junction, NJ (May 30, 2017) – It takes a great team to make a nonprofit thrive. At the West Windsor Arts Council, the board of trustees plays a crucial role. Having been a registered 501(c)(3) since 2004, and only