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Go Inside This Week’s Issue of U.S. 1: November 27, 2019

The following stories were originally published in the November 27, 2019, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.

American Cyanamid Site Sold for $40 Million

The 558-acre former American Cyanamid tract has a new owner. What that means for the future of the property is anyone’s guess.

Next for Bai Founder: Spiked Seltzer

Alcohol may be a neurotoxin, but a local company is putting a healthy spin on alcoholic beverages by launching Crook & Marker, a spiked soda brand.


John F. Stevens, 60, died on November 22.

What Really Happens When a Custody Evaluation Is Needed?

When parents can’t agree on a parenting time schedule, the court will most likely need an expert opinion to help decide on a custody plan that is in the best interests of the child or children.

With Growth of Charity Should Come Greater Scrutiny

While there is huge support for our nation’s charities, there is very little awareness among the general public as to the economic clout, enormous growth of the philanthropic sector, or the process by which charities are granted and maintain their privileged IRS nonprofit status.

Pet Owners Shower Cats and Dogs with Holiday Gifts

Holiday gifts aren't just for humans any more. Pet owners are now spending upwards of $100 on gifts for their cats, dogs, and other furry friends.

Gifts in Good Taste

Everything you need for the holidays is here: tasty treats, a tree, clothes and jewelry, and even a visit from Santa.

Reaching Beyond the Community

Two stories in last week's paper reached well beyond the Princeton area.

Gifts of Good Music

Bravura Philharmonic and Princeton Pro Musica offer holiday concerts. Westminster Conservatory brings music to the community year-round.