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Business & Finance

July 17, 2022

HAMILTON, NJ – Mayor Jeff Martin and the Hamilton Township Economic Development Advisory Commission (HTEDAC) announced on Friday that six local businesses and entrepreneurs will be honored at the 46th annual Hamilton Township Economic Development Distinguished Business Achievement Awards ...

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NEW JERSEY — The price of gas in New Jersey is heading down as the Fourth of July weekend gets closer. The average price of a gallon of unleaded is $4.85, according to AAA. That's down 2 cents from yesterday and 9 cents from last week. Drivers are paying $1.71 more than this time last ...

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HAMILTON, NJ – Four Hamilton Township students recently received scholarships to help support their pursuit of business degrees in college from the Hamilton Township Economic Development Advisory Commission (HTEDAC). This year’s scholarship recipients are: Marissa Blankenbiller from Hamilton ...

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ROBBINSVILLE, NJ -- The Robbinsville-based frozen food manufacturer CJ TMI Manufacturing America, LLC now faces 36 citations and more than $368,000 in fines from the U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) following an investigation into the death of a worker at the facility. The USDOL says that ...

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MERCER COUNTY, NJ -- Mercer County is marking Juneteenth by hosting their first Black Business Expo to gain exposure for area minority-owned businesses and help to increase consciousness around the need for more diversity in our local supply chain.  In addition, the event allows diverse people ...

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HAMILTON, NJ – SETS Hybrid Training is now open in Hamilton Township to help area residents get in shape through a new workout regimen.  Hamilton Township Mayor Jeff Martin recently visited their new location in Hamilton Marketplace which is the fourth location for owner Anthony Kapasakis who ...

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HAMILTON, NJ -- Hamilton Township is now home to the family-owned Alpha Ink Studio -- the newest tattoo and piercing studio in the business community that recently celebrated grand opening and ribbon cutting with Mayor Jeff Martin.  Edgar and Krystal DeLeon opened their 1,200 square-foot studio ...

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HAMILTON, NJ – One of Hamilton Township's local game stores -- Family Fun Hobbies -- has relocated to a larger space to expand their space for games, classes and tournaments as well as merchandise making it one of the largest hobby and game stores in New Jersey. Hamilton Township Councilman ...

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WAWA, PA — Wawa gas stations are offering Mobile App Fuel Discount for Wawa Rewards members a discount of $0.15 per gallon to help ease the cost of filling their tank. Originally intended to run through May 8, the deal will now continue through June 12. Rewards members who use the Wawa app on ...

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TRENTON, NJ -- Mercer County Executive Brian Hughes announced an upcoming four-part Business Survival Series set for next month to help businesses rebound and thrive as the country is coming out of the pandemic.  The free four-part, in-person workshops are being presented by Mercer County and ...

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HAMILTON, NJ -- The proposal for the first Chipotle Mexican restaurant in Hamilton Township is once again slated before the Zoning Board on Tuesday evening for a reconsideration vote.  Under the application by developers, Mercerville Equities, the proposed 2,325 square foot restaurant would be ...

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TRENTON, NJ -- The Mercer County One-Stop Career Center will once again be hosting a job fair - but this time it will be in-person -- as opposed to earlier in the pandemic when they were held in a drive-thru format.  The  job fair, scheduled for Thursday, May 26, will be held at the Cure ...

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HAMILTON, NJ -- Employees at the Starbucks on Whitehorse-Mercerville Road in Hamilton Township voted on Monday to become the second location in New Jersey to join the Workers United labor union according to the New Jersey AFL-CIO.  The Starbucks in Hopewell similarly voted to join the union ...

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TRENTON, NJ -- A Clean Energy Summit in Mercer County will help local businesses learn how to boost their energy efficiency and become more environmentally aware, Mercer County Executive Brian Hughes announced on Monday. “We look forward to hosting an event that calls attention to the variety of ...

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HAMILTON, NJ -- Governor Phil Murphy stopped by the Hamilton Starbucks Thursday morning to grab a cup of coffee and toast to the efforts by employees to join a labor union -- Starbucks Workers United. In a statement issued to TAPinto, Murphy said “Unions are key to protecting workers’ rights, ...

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ROBBINSVILLE, NJ -- The plan for the opening of a daycare facility in Robbinsville's Foxmoor plaza will include safety protocols for both students and the community, the site developers say. Bob Sichelstiel of Pennmark Management Company, the developer which purchased the Foxmoor property in ...

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HAMILTON, NJ -- Workers at the Starbucks in Hamilton Township are moving closer to joining a labor union -- Starbucks Workers United -- with the support of more than two dozen state officials calling on the company to allow the workers to proceed in organizing.  Last year, a Starbucks in ...

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JOINT BASE FORT DIX, NJ -- Husbands and wives of members of the military are encouraged to participate in job fair to help them connect with a potential future career path by working with Bridging The Gap for Veterans. The non-profit organization Bridging The Gap for Veterans Inc is led by ...

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HAMILTON, NJ -- Hamilton's Colonial Fire House was recently bustling all day long with approximately 300 job-seekers looking to connect with their next possible employer through the job fair hosted by the local Department of Community and Economic Development.  Employers from a wide-range of ...

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HAMILTON, NJ -- Hamilton Township Mayor Jeff Martin and Mercer County Commissioner Lucille Walters recently welcomed Better Sleep Inc. to the community with a grand opening ceremony and ribbon cutting. “Sleep and a good night’s rest are so important, and services like the ones offered by Better ...

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ROBBINSVILLE, NJ -- The Robbinsville Township Zoning Board recently approved a Stem Academy daycare center for the Foxmoor Shopping plaza, but Mayor Dave Fried as well as local police and fire officials want them to pump the breaks on the plan that could case a safety and traffic ...

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HAMILTON, NJ -- Are you a Hamilton Township resident looking to work close to home? Then, sign up to attend the annual free job fair hosted my Mayor Jeff Martin and township the Office of Community & Economic Development to connect area residents seeking employment and Hamilton businesses ...

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TRENTON, NJ -  Are you or were you a T-Mobile customer? Acting Attorney General Matthew J Platkin is urging all current, former and prospective T-Mobile customers in New Jersey to take steps to protect their personal information from identity theft in light of a significant data breach reported by ...

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TRENTON, NJ - Mercer County Executive Brian M. Hughes is urging eligible taxpayers to take advantage of New Jersey’s expanded Earned Income Tax Credit (NJEITC) program. For tax year 2021, New Jersey taxpayers could receive a refundable credit of up to $2,691 with qualifying dependents or $601 ...

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TRENTON, NJ  -- Three Mercer County high school teams participated in a quiz-show style competition on February 11 while learning how to be savvy consumers The annual Mercer County Consumer Bowl was created by the Mercer County Division of Consumer Affairs in 1994 as a way to encourage students ...

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MERCER COUNTY, NJ -- Mercer County Executive Brian M. Hughes recently announced that the county Office of Economic Development will partner with the UCEDC to offer a Small Business Workshop Series. The free live webinars would help Mercer County start-ups and existing businesses thrive. The ...

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MERCER COUNTY, NJ -- Mercer County Executive Brian Hughes reminded small businesses of the availability of zero interest loans to help them rebound from the economic impact of the pandemic.  The program is made available through a partnership between Mercer County and the UCEDC small business ...

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HAMILTON, NJ -- One of the two Walmart superstores in Hamilton will close for several days for complete sanitization to "assist health officials working against the pandemic." The Nottingham Way Walmart is closed as of 2:00p.m. on Friday, January 7 with plans to reopen at 6:00p.m. on Sunday, ...

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HAMILTON, NJ -- New Jersey Transit commuters who use the Hamilton train station on a regular basis can now grab a quick coffee, drink or sandwich before they go - or on their way home - at the newly opened QuickChek convenience store.  QuickChek is ringing in the new year with its newest store, ...

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LAWRENCE TOWNSHIP, NJ -- Members of Teamsters Local 469 who work at the Shred-it facility in Lawrence Township went on strike on Monday. The workers, union leaders said, oppose what they say unfair working conditions at the company that collects and securely shreds documents for frontline ...

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