Monthly Archives: December 2020
The following stories were originally published in the December 23, 2020, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
A quick question to Old Barracks executive director Richard Patterson set the record straight with some spirited insights about alcohol consumption in ye-olde Trenton — and the colonies.
New offerings from Mercer County Community College include a micro-credentials program and a non-credit medical cannabis training program.
I send a picture of zucchini pancakes with cranberry-applesauce to Rose, and her husband Martin says it passes because his treif wife made the sauce. We might do take-out lunch together on...
Share My Meals, founded in early 2020 to combat food waste and food insecurity in Princeton, grew up quickly when faced with the unexpected demands of a global pandemic.
Trenton's EFK Group is working with Ogilvy. Near leaders have been appointed at LALDEF, NRG, and Bioclinica. COVID cases close Amazon fulfillment center in Robbinsville.
True shared experiences are lacking in the COVID-19 era, but Jon Solomon is here to make sure we have at least one before the year wraps up.
A pair of Rutgers researchers finds that the ability to work from home is an accommodation that may especially benefit those with mobility impairments.
This Christmas, in a year that took so many magical rituals from us, I think back to my “Grandpa and Grandma Amsterdam,” as we called them, living in their upstairs apartment on the Nachtegaalstraat — or Nightingale Street.
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 2020.