New Jersey’s nonprofit community is already suffering significant negative effects as a result of the novel coronavirus outbreak, according to a new survey report released by the Center for Non-Profits
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority board today approved new programs designed to support businesses and workers facing economic hardship due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus COVID-19
Tolls at the Commission’s 7 cash/E-ZPass tolling points will be assessed electronically via E-ZPass or through toll notices sent to registered vehicle owners via U.S. Mail.
Grants are being accepted for the Covid-19 Relief & Recovery Fund, created by the Princeton Area Community Foundation to help those who have been affected by the Covid-19 outbreak
Customers will be able to pay online by card, e-check or even text message
The Office of Economic Development is working with its partners on a variety of programs to provide incentives and assistance to local businesses struggling to cope with the Covid-19 pandemic
A number of area grocery stores have altered their hours and services due to safety precautions necessitated by the spread of COVID-19
There's a new website out there for Princetonians who want to get the latest community updates during the Covid-19 crisis
Organizations like the Downtown Bordentown Association are appealing to their communities to support local businesses that remain open during the Covid-19 crisis.
List of essential businesses includes health-care facilities, supermarket, hardware stores and banks