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State drops controversial boiler electrification provision (updated)

The move was applauded by business groups and owners across the state who had immediately panned the proposal when it was introduced last year due to its high implementation costs.

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Newsweek’s Most Responsible Companies includes 17 NJ businesses

The ranking highlights firms across 14 industries that have made strides over the past year for their commitment to corporate social responsibility.

Woman-owned Valley Wellness sets medical cannabis dispensary debut

Founded by West Windsor native Sarah Trent, the location opening Dec. 9 marks a first for Somerset County.

Kearny Bank announces wholesale restructuring, efficiency efforts

The financial institution says it's looking to trim expenses by an annualized rate of 5% to 10%, which it will achieve through optimizing and reducing vendor spend, automating or outsourcing "routine activities," and a realignment of the Fairfield-based company's workforce.

Nearly $4M in grants awarded for South Jersey resilience projects

“These funds will enable important resiliency projects to come to fruition,” said Maddy Urbish, head of government affairs and marketing strategy, New Jersey for Ørsted.

State drops controversial boiler electrification provision (updated)

The move was applauded by business groups and owners across the state who had immediately panned the proposal when it was introduced last year due to its high implementation costs.

Read the full story

Newsweek’s Most Responsible Companies includes 17 NJ businesses

The ranking highlights firms across 14 industries that have made strides over the past year for their commitment to corporate social responsibility.

Woman-owned Valley Wellness sets medical cannabis dispensary debut

Founded by West Windsor native Sarah Trent, the location opening Dec. 9 marks a first for Somerset County.

Kearny Bank announces wholesale restructuring, efficiency efforts

The financial institution says it's looking to trim expenses by an annualized rate of 5% to 10%, which it will achieve through optimizing and reducing vendor spend, automating or outsourcing "routine activities," and a realignment of the Fairfield-based company's workforce.

Nearly $4M in grants awarded for South Jersey resilience projects

“These funds will enable important resiliency projects to come to fruition,” said Maddy Urbish, head of government affairs and marketing strategy, New Jersey for Ørsted.



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