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TRENTON — When Reed Gusciora fills out his 2020 census, he plans to skip over the controversial citizenship question.

By David Hutter , October 18, 2018 at 2:29 PM
Former TE Connectivity CEO and Rider alumnus Thomas Lynch, '75, pictured right, stands with his long-time friend Joseph Adler, '75 and '90, after surprising him during the unveiling ceremony for Lynch Adler Hall. - ( RIDER UNIVERSITY)
Thomas Lynch, a Rider University graduate and technology company chairman, has given a $5.5 million gift to his alma mater
Rider held a ceremony Wednesday outside North Hall to announce Lynch's gift, one of the largest…

On Monday, Oct. 22, the Malibu City Council will review an ordinance that could ban the sale, distribution and use of balloons within the city. Adoption of this ordinance could negatively impact many of the local businesses that over the years have provided the colorful, festive balloons used to celebrate birthdays, graduations, anniversaries, the birth of a child and so many other special life moments.

We get press releases here at The Trentonian. A non-stop barrage of emails. Most of them go unread. They’re terrible, or have nothing to do with us. Sometimes though, one

HSA adoption is predicted to skyrocket dethroning FSAs as the most popular health benefit account type. Here's how you can encourage growth.

This morning with Ms. Cara we practiced tracing letter F. During circle time we enjoyed singing songs and read “How The Crayons Saved The Rainbow”. With Miss Erin the children enjoyed music class. …

Mrs. Susan’s class worked on the letter “E” by using silly putty. They also worked on words that start with the letter “B” and end with the letter “D”, suc…

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An individual served as a board of education member for an initial term. During his candidacy for reelection, the local education association and statewide education association decided to endorse the individual. The individual was reelected. Is this a conflict of interest and a violation of the School Ethics Act? Not necessarily, said the School Ethics Commission (“SEC”) in Advisory Opinion A10-18 issued on June 26, 2018…

You should never underestimate the power of direct mail, but especially not during election season. Pushing political campaigns through the mail has remained a tried and true way to reach voters and solicit them to vote for your candidate. Did you know that direct mail is considered the most credible form of political outreach (more than Read more...

By Gabrielle Saulsbery , October 18, 2018 at 8:40 AM
B&G Foods Inc.'s other brands include Cream of Wheat, Green Giant, Le Sueur, Mrs. Dash, Ortega and Polaner. - ( AARON HOUSTON/NJBIZ FILE PHOTO)
Parsippany-based food manufacturer B&G Foods completed its sale of Pirate Brands today to the tune of approximately $420 million
The sale to Derry, Pa.-based The Hershey Co .–under its subsidiary Amplify Snack…

Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance is pleased to welcome back the Musicians’ Union for their biennial Teachers’ Continued Professio

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By Jessica Perry , October 17, 2018 at 12:42 PM
Jim Scholefield will assume the role of chief information and digital officer for Merck effective Oct. 29 and serve as a member of the Kenilworth-based biopharma’s executive committee, the company said.
Scholefield currently is chief information officer at Nike Inc. and previously was chief technology officer for The Coca-Cola Co.
He has also held leadership roles in information technology at The Northern Trust Co. and Ford Motor Co.

By Daniel J. Munoz , October 17, 2018 at 2:53 PM
A new Quinnipiac University poll released today shows Democrat Bob Menendez holding a narrow 7-point lead over GOP challenger Bob Hugin as he fights to keep his U.S. Senate seat.
The Oct. 17 Quinnipiac Poll, which polled 873 likely voters in New Jersey, showed that voters favored Menendez over Hugin 51 percent to 44 percent. Only 5 percent of likely voters are undecided, the poll found.

Original Medicare, made up of Medicare Parts A and B, is the foundation of Medicare. Together, its parts cover the hospital and medical needs of Medica...

Medicareful Living’s goal is for you to not just manage your health, but improve your life. This is possible when you find the right Medicare option for you.

Shaquille McNeil wanted “Chuck E Cheese” dead. Chuck E Cheese wasn’t the mascot of the popular family fun center but a “rat” co-defendant he believed was going to testify against him in the double slaying of a Philadelphia rapper and his friend, according to newly obtained court documents. Detectives outlined the alleged setup in criminal ...

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During Fire Prevention Week, the team at the National Fire Sprinkler Association showcased the power of home fire sprinklers during a segment on "Fox

With all the assessments that have been done of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 and its implications for the upcoming tax season, it’s hard to think anything was overlooked. But one taxpayer category — one that some consider the tax overhaul to be a swing and a miss for — has been …

Joseph Hagan is not a “Soup Nazi.” He admits that he demands perfection from both himself and his company’s product. But the company he now runs — yes, the same one made famous when it served as inspiration for a “Seinfeld” episode — doesn’t deny anyone soup. “While the catchphrase was a very funny …

A $25 billion German wind energy company, EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG, will be opening an office in Jersey City, the company announced with Gov. Phil Murphy on Wednesday in Hamburg. The company is the third-largest energy company in Germany, based in Hamburg — which Murphy called the Boston of Germany — and is currently generating …

At a public hearing at Camden County College Tuesday, advocates called for new state rules to clean up taxpayer-subsidized rental units.

State officials on Tuesday announced $38 million in new investments in child care to help more families find services they need.

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Is Gov. Phil Murphy seeking higher office? Political pundits in the Garden State are convinced he is. And the question followed him to Germany on Tuesday, the first day of his nine-day trip to Germany and Israel. The trip, which has an aggressive agenda aimed at opening New Jersey promotional offices worldwide and fostering relationships …