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Republic First Bank: Madonna named interim CEO, Hill resigns from board

Harry Madonna's return to the chief executive role at the financial institution coincides with the resignation of Vernon Hill as chair of its board, seemingly marking the end of a tumultuous proxy war and the start of a new chapter for the company.

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NJCU welcomes additional review following Murphy’s call for investigation

Gov. Phil Murphy recently requested the state comptroller look into New Jersey City University's financial situation. According to a spokesperson for the school, the move is well-received as it works "collaboratively with our partners ... to move our institution onto solid ground and set it on a path to future sustainability."

19 from NJ nab Healthgrades honors for Ob-Gyn care

The annual recognition highlights top hospitals for labor and delivery and gynecologic procedures across a trio of award categories. Nationwide, just 17 facilities earned all three, including one from the Garden State.

Platkin moves step closer to removing ‘acting’ from AG title

During a rare August hearing, the Senate Judiciary Committee advanced Matthew Platkin's nomination as attorney general through to the full Senate in a bipartisan vote that included one Republican.

Chuck E. Cheese rolls out cultural sensitivity training in light of viral video

The move comes following a viral video where a character at the children's attraction's Wayne location appears to have ignored a 2-year-old girl, who was Black, and went on to give attention to several white children.

Republic First Bank: Madonna named interim CEO, Hill resigns from board

Harry Madonna's return to the chief executive role at the financial institution coincides with the resignation of Vernon Hill as chair of its board, seemingly marking the end of a tumultuous proxy war and the start of a new chapter for the company.

Read the full story

NJCU welcomes additional review following Murphy’s call for investigation

Gov. Phil Murphy recently requested the state comptroller look into New Jersey City University's financial situation. According to a spokesperson for the school, the move is well-received as it works "collaboratively with our partners ... to move our institution onto solid ground and set it on a path to future sustainability."

19 from NJ nab Healthgrades honors for Ob-Gyn care

The annual recognition highlights top hospitals for labor and delivery and gynecologic procedures across a trio of award categories. Nationwide, just 17 facilities earned all three, including one from the Garden State.

Platkin moves step closer to removing ‘acting’ from AG title

During a rare August hearing, the Senate Judiciary Committee advanced Matthew Platkin's nomination as attorney general through to the full Senate in a bipartisan vote that included one Republican.

Chuck E. Cheese rolls out cultural sensitivity training in light of viral video

The move comes following a viral video where a character at the children's attraction's Wayne location appears to have ignored a 2-year-old girl, who was Black, and went on to give attention to several white children.



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