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West Windsor Reaches Development Agreement with Avalon Bay

West Windsor Township’s long dormant plan to build a transit village development near the Princeton Junction train station has been revived with a new developer, Mayor Hemant Marathe said....

Princeton Fitness & Wellness: Bring Mindfulness to your Workout

Mindfulness isn’t complex or difficult. It is simply being more aware of every day moments and movements. And that awareness helps us live more fully. A fitness routine cultivated...

Houses for Sale and for Rent

The listings below are based on information submitted by central New Jersey real estate brokers. Prices are subject to change. #b#Cranbury#/b# 181 Plainsboro Road. Lot size: 2.34 acres; taxes: $16,336. Listed,...

When a Deal Seems Too Good to Be True

The deals were unbelievable. Renters could get a four-bedroom house in Ewing Township for just $1,000 a month.

Lost in New York

Whenever my neighbor gets off the train at Penn Station, he jumps on the platform, throws out his arms, and sings, “New York, New York, it’s a helluva town!...

On the Move

PPPL Names Director Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, Princeton University, Forrestal Campus, Box 451, Princeton 08543. 609-243-2000. Steven Cowley, director. Steven Cowley, a theoretical physicist and international authority on fusion energy,...

Lawrenceville Home Improvement: Expert Advice on Windows

It all started in the basement of an unassuming Cape Cod on a quiet street in Lawrenceville in 1952. John Russo, Sr., established Lawrenceville Home Improvement to serve the...

Go inside the current issue: May 16, 2018

The following stories were originally published in the May 16, 2018 U.S. 1 Newspaper.

Postscripts on Two Lives

U.S. 1 normally runs very brief notices — milestones — marking the deaths of people in our business community.

Nassau Film Festival: Four Free Local Days of Global Shorts

The Nassau Film Festival marks its fourth year with a four-day event running from Thursday, to Sunday, May 17 to 20. Admission is free.