MIDJersey Chamber to celebrate six long-standing members at its 2018 Annual Gala
TRENTON – In front of over 200 businesspeople and elected officials at the Annual Holiday Luncheon, the MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce officially announced the honorees to be celebrated at the 2018 Annual Gala.
On December 20th we hosted our Annual Holiday Luncheon at the Trenton Country Club. Special thanks to our Sponsors - Wells Fargo, Ancero, Rider University, CASA of Mercer & Burlington Counties, Investors Bank, RWJ Hamilton and United Way of Greater Mercer County.
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TRENTON, N.J. – Merodie A. Hancock, Ph.D., was unanimously elected the fourth president of Thomas Edison State University by the institution’s Board of Trustees at a special board meeting today. She will take office on March 5, 2018.
“Thomas Edison State University is such a respected
December 19, 2017; Princeton, NJ – For its annual holiday community service event, The Mercadien Group partnered with the Office of Service Learning at Rider University, and students in its Bonner Community Scholars program, to host a festive indoor carnival for the preschool class of
Pittsfield, MA – Berkshire Bank, America’s Most Exciting Bank®, announced that in partnership with New England Sports Network (NESN), has awarded a $14,000 grant to The Jimmy Fund & Dana Farber Cancer Institute through the Berkshire Bank Exciting Assists Grant Program. Dr. Pasi Janne, Program Director,
KEYNOTE AND PANELISTS ANNOUNCED FOR THE BUSINESS OF: CANNABIS FORUM
MIDJersey Chamber Hosts Forum to Discuss How NJ Businesses Can Capitalize on the Legalization of Recreational Marijuana Use
TRENTON – Riley Cote, former professional ice hockey left winger for the Philadelphia Flyers and Founder of Hemp Heals
TRENTON, NJ – December 1, 2018 – New Jersey’s oldest Chamber of Commerce, the MIDJersey Chamber, will celebrate its 150th birthday on January 25, 2018.
What began in 1868 as the Trenton Chamber of Commerce and Board of Trade has grown into a multifaceted organization that
John Ricci will retire as Hamilton's business administrator at the end of the year after nearly 40 years in public service, Mayor Kelly Yaede announced Thursday.
And the mayor said she's selected outgoing Councilman Dave Kenny as his replacement.
Kenny, who announced in March he would not run
To Stephanie Campfield, Trenton's first Starbucks store -- which opens at 6 a.m. Monday -- signals a lot more than a new place to grab a cup of coffee downtown.
At a preview event Thursday morning, Campfield told a crowd of Trenton officials, politicians and business owners and