Yearly Archives: 2019
Imagine this potential real-life scenario. You’re sitting at your desk, enjoying your morning cup of Joe, when you receive a phone call from a reporter at a major daily newspaper saying, “A devastating accident just took place at one of your plants and I hear there are casualties.”
Meditation expert Susan Wilk is hosting an August 23 workshop on how to “cultivate calm” during periods of job transition.
The services I receive through Princeton Television have allowed me to play a larger role in the growth of our community as well as develop my business.
The following stories were originally published in the August 14, 2019, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
For the last five years Trenton Central High School has operated from four different buildings within Trenton while students waited for a new high school. Beginning Monday, September 9, the 1,850 students finally will be together under one roof — a new one that does not leak.
Achievers Early College Prep Charter School in Trenton, now entering its second year, has a built-in philosophy: that college is attainable, and by fostering partnerships among other educators and colleges, the school will graduate digitally literate graduates who are prepared for jobs that may not even exist today.
Prominent Princeton residents Leslie Kuenne and Herbert Hobler have died.
Cambridge School is an extraordinary place where children who learn differently thrive.
Fusion Academy is an accredited private school that creates a unique experience for each student, personalizing the curriculum to help them succeed.
The esteemed Princeton Ballet School is 65 years young and going strong.