Monthly Archives: October 2020
The following stories were originally published in the October 28, 2020, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
The New Jersey landscape and Delaware River overlooking the once palatial home and gardens of Joseph Bonaparte is being permanently preserved in the City of Bordentown.
With the spooky tradition of Halloween approaching in the shadows of a truly scary pandemic, the state of New Jersey has issued guidance for any determined trick-or-treaters, costumed party-goers, and others this Saturday, October 31.
“There is surprisingly little voter fraud and not nearly enough to justify blocking vote-by-mail systems in a pandemic.” - Brookings Institution report, 2020 Scene: The sub-basement of what appears to...
"Around 9 a.m., on the bitterly cold Friday, January 3, 1777, the terrifying sounds of musket and cannon fire made by several thousand soldiers finally diminished and became more distant,” starts William (Larry) Kidder in his new book, “Revolutionary Princeton 1774 - 1783: The Biography of an American Town.”
No one should be in the position of going without their prescriptions because they need to stretch their dollars. Yet, one in four people do.
As a dinosaur-enthusiast from way back, I had an idea of what was running through the girl’s mind. That’s because these bigger-than-life once-real creatures are an enchanting potion of science, imagination, and mystery.
The annual NJ Conference for Women takes place virtually on October 29 and 30 and features a lineup of speakers with worldwide impact and experience.
Rider president to stay on into 2024; Edison invests in Budderfly, and more.
Upcoming webinars address topics related to COVID-19 as well as general business concerns.