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Loss Prevention and Your Business

Have you ever lost an important document you spent hours perfecting only to have it disappear because you didn’t have a backup plan? Bill Blum knows your pain and...

Companies On the Move

#b#Crosstown Moves#/b#Wayne F. Jentis Esq., Counselors at Law LLC, 475 Wall Street, Princeton 08540; 609-921-0033; fax, 609-921-8668. www.myfamilyattorneys.comAttorney Wayne Jentis has moved his practice from 112 Nassau Street to...

Pat Tanner: Editing Zagat New Jersey Restaurants 2011-’12

Just about anyone who dines out regularly has one of those maroon paperback Zagat restaurant guides, with their numerical ratings of restaurants and short descriptions “rampant” with “quotation-marked” words...

Alexander Rd. Work: The End’s In Sight

After a month of being closed round the clock, the Alexander Road S-curve linking Route 1 and downtown Princeton is expected to reopen by Thursday morning, June 30....

Maurice Perilli Leaves Roma

After 41 years on the Board of Directors of Roma Bank and Roma Financial Corp., chairman and executive vice president Maurice Perilli announced that he will retire on Thursday,...

The Realities of Work Past Age 40

Last year Boston College’s Center for Retirement Research released a study with a discouraging synopsis for job seekers over 40 years of age. It concluded that companies steer clear...

Clifftown Center Sells for $3.75M

Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services has arranged the sale of Clifftown Center, a 21,095-square-foot shopping center on Route 206 in Princeton, for $3.75 million – $171 per...

Dangerous Places On the Web

Joel May likes cookies. They make him feel more at home.“My analogy is: I used to go to this corner men’s store,” May says. “They knew all my sizes,...

Expansion Suggests Medical Hub for Plainsboro

The prophecy made when the Princeton Medical Center announced its plans to relocate to Route 1 in Plainsboro – that Plainsboro will become a medical hub – is turning...

The Hooters’ Drummer Plumbs the Best Philly Songs

The City of Brotherly Love is rich with talented vocalists, musicians, songwriters, and composers, and it always has been. From classical to hip-hop to gospel, Philadelphia has an especially...

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Go Inside the Current Issue: August 8, 2018

The following stories were originally published in the August 8, 2018, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.