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Golfing on a Course Designed By William Flynn

Earlier this month reporter Joe Emanski had the opportunity to play 18 at Springdale with Kevin Tylus, Bob Denby, and Dan Schneid.

Springdale’s New Lease on Golf

Kevin Tylus, Erin Hamrick, and Will Green bring Princeton’s oldest golf club back to its glory days.

Atlantic City: A Real Shore Thing Since 1854

So it seems the old Atlantic City slogan of “Always Turned On” has been turned on again after several years of not-so-hot news that included the closings of several casinos, hurricanes, and state takeover.

Opportunities: Attend a Conference, Audition, or Volunteer

A list of upcoming opportunities from around the Princeton, New Jersey area.

DJs Mix and Match Sounds at Mill Hill Basement

On the first Sunday evening of every month three hip hop DJs hold court at Mill Hill Basement for those who remember how hip hop began: with two turntables and the DJ.

Go Inside the Current Issue: August 22, 2018

The following stories were originally published in the August 22, 2018, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper. Cover Stories  The Trenton Literacy Movement is on a Quest to Reshape Trenton Studios...

Hamilton YMCA: How Do I Know What Childcare Program Is Right for My Family?

The Hamilton Area YMCA has provided quality childcare programs for children from pre-school through sixth grade for over a generation.

Gold Medal Impressions: Capturing Iconic Moments

Back to school means back to sports and Gold Medal Impressions, the area’s leader in superior sports photography is camera ready.

The Lewis School of Princeton

The Lewis School is recognized for the excellence of its frontline approaches to learning.

Pennington Montessori School: Committed to Offering the Best Preschool Experience

Pennington Montessori along with a committed staff of Montessori-trained teachers has proudly been the starting point on a lifelong adventure into learning for hundreds of the children in the Pennington area.