Fundraisers Benefit Parkinson Alliance

The Parkinson Alliance is grateful to our supporters for their participation in two fundraisers this fall: Food, Wine, and Maybe Tuscany and the 18th annual Carnegie Center 5K. More...

Letters to the Editor: On Doris Duke and Christie Whitman

On Doris DukeI enjoyed reading the article about Doris Duke (U.S. 1, February 1). However, the statement “One place that did not get her money was Duke University” is...

Letters to the Editor

In this issue of U.S. 1 we turn to a frequent freelance contributor, Doug Dixon, to untangle the complex choices offered by “triple play” bundles of phone, Internet, and...

Between the Lines

It’s September and that means that U.S. 1 reporters and freelancers take to the highway for our annual survey of rush hour traffic. For nearly 20 years now we...

Encyclopedic Minds

When the phrase “encyclopedic mind” is mentioned, we are happy to say that we still think first of people rather than of computers and their search engines. And one...

Bravo from McCarter

On May 9 McCarter Theater held its annual gala, and we would like to thank the community for supporting this effort. The funds raised from this spectacular evening will...

To the Editor

In its April 25 issue U.S. 1 printed a letter to the editor by Marvin Cheiten in which he suggested that the town of Princeton float a $40 million bond to purchase Westminster Choir College from Rider University and thus rescue the choir college from a fundamental change or worse.

Second Thoughts

Second thoughts on various items in the news:Griggs Farm. Nearly two months after the tragic fire at the Griggs Farm moderate and low-income housing community on December 27, more...

To the Editor

#b#Library In Action#/b#The Mary Jacobs Memorial Library is the cornerstone of our community. And the Mary Jacobs Memorial Library Foundation keeps this cornerstone updated, safe, clean, and functioning for...

To the Editor

#b#Purple Martins Survive Vandals#/b#I would like to thank the Greater Mercer County community for generously supporting the Mercer County Wildlife Center. Most recently, community support enabled our Wildlife Center...

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