Monthly Archives: July 2020
The following stories were originally published in the July 29, 2020, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
Princeton Learning Cooperative offers an alternative for teenagers who have not thrived in a traditional school enivronment.
What began as a grass-roots effort by two community members to gather a few central New Jersey farms in 2004 has grown to become an integral part of hundreds of families’ lives in central Jersey each week.
Upcoming online networking sessions, help for job seekers, webinars, and more.
With limited opportunities to view art indoors, artists take their work outside.
The recently completed mural on a 40-foot shipping container along the shore of the Delaware River in Bordentown is the beginning of a work in progress.
While other businesses have slowed, farms and the produce they supply have been in high demand. New Jersey farms are helping to lead the way.
A phalanx of tiny ants some going one way some the other in single file, fast as if on a mission known only to them quick-step across my patio. As I watch, when two happen to meet there’s...
The three-year-old BSB Gallery in Trenton announced that it would close August 1, following the conclusion of its current “Free Enterprise” virtual exhibit.
NRG will acquire Direct Energy. Three area nonprofits added to their boards. And more.