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Dress for Success Central NJ

A woman fighting to win back her life needs a powerful ally. Dress for Success Central NJ – Seven Counties is just that.

United Way of Greater Mercer County

For some, taking advantage of Veterans Affairs (VA) can be overwhelming, and many cannot make ends meet.

NJ Office of the Long-Term Care Ombudsman

NJLTCO, the state agency that advocates for the rights of elderly people living in nursing homes, is seeking people to serve as front-line advocates for nursing home residents.

A Minister Answers the Call to Service

Seth Kaper-Dale, who is co-minister of the Reformed Church of Highland Park with his wife Stephanie, began to envision an effort to resettle refugees in 2015.

Helping Hands 2019

In the spirit of the season U.S. 1 presents its annual “Helping Hands” issue, documenting charitable activities, collaborations, and donations by individuals, corporations, and nonprofit organizations in the greater Princeton area in 2019.

On the Move: Andlinger Lawsuit, Cedar Ridge Expanded, and More

Princeton University has sued the architectural and engineering firms who designed its Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment.

Gifts in Good Taste

Scarves and jewelry, fancy foods, fine music, and more for your last-minute holiday shopping.

Your Handy Guide for Welcoming the New Year

Whether you want to end the old year with a night out or start a new year by stepping out, there are several area options that suit a variety of interests, fancies, and budgets.

Cultivating Young Readers by Paging Local Authors

The holiday season is the perfect time to connect the young reader in your life with an author who just might live next door.

Time to Share Some Writing from the Region

Several books from area writers arrived at the U.S. 1 office in 2019. So once again it is time to provide a quick end of the year overview to celebrate the writers working in our region and sharing ideas.