Monthly Archives: August 2018
The following stories were originally published in the August 29, 2018, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
In his new book on urban planning, “The Divided City: Poverty and Prosperity in Urban America,” former Trenton official Alan Mallach takes a hard look at the problems that dog every city in America.
Gov. Murphy’s pick to run the Business Action Center, Melanie Willoughby, was the former head of the New Jersey Business and Industry Association, a pro-business group.
Greg Wheeler's healing journey has led him to a new career as a personal coach specializing in single fathers. It’s also culminated in a book, “Single Dad Essentials: The 12 Most Important Things Single Dads Need to Know."
Labor Day also marks an official start of the fall arts season. That will be marked by U.S. 1’s Fall Arts Preview on September 12.
At United Way of Greater Mercer County, we recognize that there is a need in the community when it comes to the issue of summer hunger.
The Princeton Alumni Corps has received a $15,000 grant from the 1772 Foundation to restore its historic headquarters.
CEOs of Fortune 500 companies may make salaries in the seven and eight-figure range, but if they are “underpaid” compared to their peers, they will happily fire workers by the thousands to get small increases to their earnings.
Rutgers University scientists say they can use common wi-fi signals to detect weapons, bombs, and chemicals in bags, pointing the way towards a possible new, low-cost class of security scanner technology.
As Kaiwen Education, a Chinese company, continues the process of purchasing Westminster Choir College from Rider University, it has created a nonprofit group, the Westminster Choir College Acquisition Corporation, to manage the college.