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JuiceTank Offers ‘Think Tank’ For Business Entrepreneurs

JuiceTank Offers ‘Think Tank’ For Business Entrepreneurs

Just barely out of the realm of “startup” itself, a Somerset-based business aims to help fledgling businesses take root, and established firms grow. JuiceTank, 220 Davidson Ave., was started by cousins Mukesh and Charlie Patel, two self-described “serial entrepreneurs.” The company offers a range of services for businesses, from virtual offices to actual office and […]



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La Perle Celebrates First Anniversary With ‘Martinis And Makeovers’

La Perle Celebrates First Anniversary With ‘Martinis And Makeovers’

The la perle salon and spa in Rutgers Plaza, Easton Avenue, is celebrating its one-year anniversary 18 with a day of martinis and makeovers. The “ladies only” event – scheduled to run from noon to 4 p.m. – is the brainchild of la perle owner Maria Diras, who said she had prior experience in the space […]



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Franklin Township Food Bank Benefits From Unity Bank Donation

Franklin Township Food Bank Benefits From Unity Bank Donation

The Franklin Township Food Bank will soon be the beneficiary of a $1,400 donation from the Somerset branch of Clinton-based Unity Bank. The donation is one of 15 bank employees will make to food pantries in the region and in Easton, Pa. In total, the bank and its employees raised $21,000 for the food pantries. […]



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Ad-Hoc Committee Formed to Reconstitute Hamilton Street Business & Community Corp.

Ad-Hoc Committee Formed to Reconstitute Hamilton Street Business & Community Corp.

An ad-hoc committee charged with reconstituting the Hamilton Street Business & Community Corp. was created by the Township Council at its Nov. 26 meeting. Appointed to the committee were Mayor Brian Levine and councilmen Brian Regan (At-Large), James Vassanella (Ward 5) and Carl R.A. Wright (Ward 4). The committee will make recommendations on a “new […]



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County Businesses Invited to ‘Go Green’

County businesses can learn how to “go green” by participating in the Somerset County Business Partnership’s Green Challenge. Run by the partnership’s Sustainable Somerset Committee, the challenge is designed to “assist business decision makers in identifying opportunities to increase profitability through initiatives that improve energy efficiency, improve recycling efforts, conserve resources, and contribute to the […]



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Video Reporter: Prostate Cancer Bike-a-Thon Draws More Than 100 Cyclists

Video Reporter: Prostate Cancer Bike-a-Thon Draws More Than 100 Cyclists

The sights and sounds of the Renaissance Community Development Credit Union’s 6th Annual Bke-a-Thon for prostate cancer awareness, which attracted more than 100 riders Sept. 21. Several courses, up to 50 miles, were offered The ride is done in conjunction with Robert Wood Johnson University Medical Center. Participants could go on a 3-mile walk/ride through […]



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Somerset County Business Partnership Sets Social Media How-To Seminar

So you’ve heard of Twitter, but you’re not quite sure how you can use it to build your business? The Somerset County Business Partnership is holding a “Business Builder” breakfast workshop to address that question, as well as the overall issue of using social media as a business-building tool. The breakfast is set for 8-9:30 […]



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Credit Union Sets 6th Annual Bike-a-Thon

The Renaissance Community Development Credit Union’s 6th Annual Bike-a-Thon is set for 8 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 21. The ride, proceeds of which go to support prostate cancer awareness and the importance of early detection, begins and ends at the credit union offices at 55 Fuller St. in Somerset. Money raised is donated to the Robert […]



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