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Between the Lines

It’s September and that means that U.S. 1 reporters and freelancers take to the highway for our annual survey of rush hour traffic. For nearly 20 years now we...

Farm-Dependent Businesses Get Aid

Federal disaster loans are available to small, non-farm, agriculture-dependent businesses for all counties in the state. “SBA’s disaster declaration was issued as a result of a similar action taken...

A Poetry Festival Not Just for Poets

Twenty years ago, poet James Haba gathered with like-minded others, — many from the Princeton area — to dream up a festival to cultivate an audience for poetry. The...

Survival Guide

How Small Companies Can Snag Health Grants: Rick Weiss and Kay EtzlerIndividual results are may vary. Do not expect your company to win seven Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)...

Life in the Fast Lane

Two companies - one big, one small - have left Princeton, taking withthem more than 180 jobs. Xerox Corporation closed its office atPrinceton Overlook to move to another New...

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Building/Interior DesignCorporate GiftsCulture & ArtEnvironmentalCPAsLeasingBanksInsuranceStockbrokersHotels and Conference CentersAttorneysConsultantsPrinting & CopyingReal EstateSchools & Child CareSocial ServicesTrade GroupsTransportationUtilitiesFashionsHealth and FitnessFood and DrinkCorrections or additions?This list was prepared for the September 27,...

Music: Mark Pender at Raritan River Festival

Mark Pender gets around. Most recently,the vocalist, bandleader, producer, songwriter - and trumpet player with the "Late Night with Conan O' Brien" Band on WNBC-TV - toured with Bruce...

Review: ‘Frankenstein’

Off-Broad Street Theater is closing its 2005-’06 season with Tim Kelly’s adaptation of “Frankenstein,” Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley’s incredibly popular 1818 novel. Many writers have seen a play lurking in...

Even Good Parents Can Use Childcare

At the age of nine North Carolinian Gigi Schweikert started her career in early childhood education. “When I was little girl, I set up my first childcare program in...

Homecoming for Chamber CEO

Karen Colimore, the newly appointed president of the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce, won't have to worry about meeting a payroll. So says Michael Hierl, who chaired the chamber...