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Recycle and Recover with Metal Recovery Systems

Three years ago Dan Brown had an idea. He wanted to collect metal and keep it out of the waste stream. A year later he turned his idea into...

Thoughts on a Morning Run

A crisp Friday morning. Delaware Canal towpath at Blackrock Road, Yardley, Pennsylvania. 5:58 a.m.: Gulp down two bottles of water. Goal, run 10 miles. Moon is brilliant and stars...

Lace Silhouettes Lingerie: Debunking Bra Myths

Karen Thompson, founder of Lace Silhouettes Lingerie, opened her first store in Peddler’s Village, Bucks County in 1988 knowing she wanted to create something unique: real lingerie for real...

From Black Friday To Shop Local

The big box stores may be preparing for all-night post-Thanksgiving melees, held at ever less civilized hours, but the area’s smaller, independent shops and businesses are preparing for the...

Faith-Based Cause, Community Benefits

Tikkun Olam. It means “healing the world” in Hebrew. It’s been Linda Meisel’s goal since childhood, and it’s the lesson she works to impart on the Princeton community —...

Happy Thanksgiving, Readers

As the first of our winter holidays approaches, the time seems right to thank my faithful readers, and share some responses to several recent columns.Regarding my recent ticket for...

Source Alignment – A Unique Approach to Finding Your Life’s Purpose

What if finding the key to your life’s purpose is as simple as thinking from your heart instead of just your mind? This is the focus of...

Bankruptcy: Tough But Not the End

There is a right way and a wrong way to go broke.According to Meaghan Tuohey-Kay, a Hawthorne-based attorney who specializes in bankruptcy law, the wrong way is very common....

To the Editor: Community Kitchen Gives Thanks

Cornerstone Community Kitchen (CCK) would like to thank the volunteers who help serve more than 80 hot meals on Wednesdays from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at Princeton United Methodist...

Capturing Landmarks in Pencil, Pen, and Ink

With the heart and sensibilities of an artist, the skills of a master draftsman, and the mind of an engineer or architect, George Armit Bradshaw (1880-1968) beautifully captured scenes...

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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.