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Opportunities

ScholarshipThe NJ Federation of Republican Women is seeking nominees for scholarships benefiting young Republican women. Three $2,500 scholarships will be awarded to eligible college sophomores, juniors, and seniors, as...

Reunions Memoir – The Sport of Writing­

As is U.S. 1’s tradition, the issue immediately preceding Princeton University’s Reunions weekend features a story that hopefully will be of interest to our regular readers as well as...

Houses for Sale

The listings below are based on information submitted by central New Jersey real estate brokers. Prices are subject to change. Over $1 MillionCranbury1 Wheatfield Road. Lot size: 1.6 acres;...

Cranbury Design: Making Your Renovation Dreams a Reality

Is a kitchen or bath renovation project on your “to do” list this year? We can help.Have you been thinking about doing a home renovation project but just don’t...

On the Move

#b#New CEO at NRG Yield#/b#NRG Yield, a spinoff company of NRG, has named Christopher Sotos as CEO. Sotos has been on the board of NRG Yield since it split...

Jammer Doors: Four Generations of Quality

Spring time is here, and for many homeowners this time of year means more than just spring cleaning. With the warm weather and longer days, it is the perfect...

Tablets: The Godsend for Business Travelers

When it comes to getting work done, the desktop computer, with a big screen (or screens) and a nice keyboard can’t be beat. But what about when you’re traveling?...

To the Editor

#b#Is Solar Really So Expensive?#/b#As a long time supporter of renewable energy to reduce the pollution of our living space on this earth. I was delighted to read about...

Hopewell’s Hart Vorhees Farmstead: Elegant rooms, serene spaces, award-winning gardens

The Hart Vorhees Farmstead artfully blends the old and the new, creating a soulful and extraordinary home. The original bones of the home served as a hay barn dating...

Today’s Rush Holt: Andrew Zwicker

Science and politics have a pretty long history together, so it’s not really surprising that the two are still duking it out when it comes to the future.What makes...