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The Gift of Reading: Michael Thiel

Michael Thiel, VolunteerMichael Thiel has lots of experience helping people. That’s because as a youth in Hamilton, where he attended Kuser Elementary, and in Bordentown, where he went to...

Corporate Angels

MRM GillespieThe average rent on a two-bedroom apartment in Mercer County is $1,022. A person making minimum wage would have to work 111 hours a week to afford it,...

The Gift of Reading: Paula Rossi

It is the sound of language being learned. One Thursday night not long ago, about eight men and women, immigrants from all parts of the world, sit in a...

New Year’s Even at Triumph: Rich Seiner of Rainbow Fresh

It was Bob Dylan who said it: “Well, it may be the devil, or it may be the Lord But you’re gonna have to serve somebody.”Rich Seiner always knew...

A New Year’s Wisdom

I don’t know much about anything, but I do know a little bit about a few things. I make the point because this is the time of year to...

Life in the Fast Lane: Tom Moore

Thomas A. Moore is the new chairman and chief executive officer at Advaxis Inc., replacing Roni Appel. Moore has been on the Advaxis board since September.Based at the Technology...

A Special Thank You To Helping Hands

U.S. 1 might have more of a vested interest in this year’s class of “Helping Hands” than it has had in any other year since we initiated this annual...

Crisis Strategy: Good Neighbors

The Red Cross lists dozens and dozens of items homeowners should have at the ready in case of a disaster. The full list, a good three printed pages, is...

Helping Hands: Literacy Organizations

Big Money, Bigger NeedLiteracy programs, though underfunded, do have some resources. And, in fact, the state has allocated a half million dollars for teaching people to read and speak...

Christmas Day Crossings

It was on Christmas night, 1776, that General George Washington and his troops crossed the icy Delaware River from Pennsylvania in a sleet storm on their way to a...

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How Trenton ‘Won’ Amazon’s HQ2 Battle

Imagine 8 million square feet in five closely connected campuses. Trenton's Amazon plan didn’t make the finals, but it uncovered some hidden assets within the city.