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Go Inside This Week’s Issue of U.S. 1: August 26, 2020

The following stories were originally published in the August 26, 2020, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.

Wind Down a Socially Distanced Summer with a Scenic River Stroll

Our region provides a number of small outings where individuals, couples, and even families can get out for the day or evening and get a dose of summer — without spending a lot.

Business Groups Critical of Murphy’s Plans

As business leaders in New Jersey have continued to express displeasure and frustration with Governor Phil Murphy’s resistance to further reopening the economy, the governor has added to their anger with his proposed budget that adds $1.4 billion in spending.

New Grant Money Available from PACF

The Princeton Area Community Foundation has announced the launch of phase II of its COVID-19 Relief & Recovery Fund grantmaking.

Tom Girl Kiss

I wasn’t lookin’ for a first kiss. I wasn’t lookin’ for a first kiss at all. I mean what girl wants to be wearin’ crinoline petticoats anyway, all puffy...

Lady in the Men’s Room

I’m in line with eight other women, all dancing from one foot to the other, trying not to wet our pants while we wait our turn to get in...

Art of Quarantine XVI

Artists responded to U.S. 1’s invitation to share visual thoughts, feelings, and discoveries during our current health crisis.

Grow Crops, Not Solar Panels, on New Jersey’s Best Farmland

A proposed law to encourage large utility-scale solar projects without provisions to keep it off our best farmland and open space is a bad idea, no matter how well intentioned it may be.

When the Zoombies Appear

This new world is a bonanza for born voyeurs like me. I can’t get enough of studying all the interiors, the bookshelves, the dogs, the idiosyncratic behaviors.

CytoSorbents Grows U.S. Distribution of Filtering Device

Monmouth Junction-based CytoSorbents has entered into several agreements to market its CytoSorb blood purification device to U.S. hospitals.