Monthly Archives: November 2018
Nassau Park, the big-box shopping mall on Route 1 South near Quakerbridge Road, looks to be getting a bit of a face lift
The Envision Conference explores the social, economic, and political implications of breakthrough technologies like artificial intelligence, synthetic biology, nanotechnology, and neural enhancement.
Every year since its founding in 1960, the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce spends an evening honoring some of its most distinguished members, giving out awards for business leader, entrepreneur, innovator, and community leader of the year.
The State Council on the Arts is accepting applications from New Jersey-based non-profit arts organizations that seek grants to support their ongoing operations, a specific arts program, or a single-day, weekend, or limited series art event.
The Museum Store offers a curated collection of handmade crafts by local and regional artisans. Visitors will find unique gifts for everyone on their holiday list, at all price points.
The following stories were originally published in the November 21, 2018, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
The new apartments, called the ‘Nelson Glass Building,’ will be part of what Robbie Nelson hopes will be the firm’s legacy in Princeton despite the business leaving for Alexander Road.
In a lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson subsidiary Janssen Pharmaceuticals, New Jersey’s Attorney General accuses the company of contributing to the opioid crisis through the marketing of its painkiller Nucynta.
If a stock is like a model rocket, now is the time to look for payloads that are about to take off.
Springpoint Senior Living, one of the mid-Atlantic leaders of senior services since 1916, recently opened its doors to Village Point Rehabilitation & Healthcare.