Monday, April 6, 2020

To the Editor

#b#Energy Concerns#/b#AARP agrees that we need to move to greener, more environmentally friendly forms of energy generation. However, we need to avoid creating a problem while we are working...

To the Editor: Thanks All Around

We would like to thank Mistral Restaurant at 66 Witherspoon Street in Princeton for opening their kitchen and hearts for the annual dinner of the Mercer County Chapter of...

On the Darkest Day, Hope for Cancer Patients

As Diccon Hyatt points out in a story on page 4 of this issue, December 21 is the shortest “day” of the year. And the darkness persists into the...

A Website in the Works

As some of you may have guessed, we put out this newspaper with one hand, while we run the business that sustains the newspaper with the other hand. Which...

To & From The Editor

Last week’s cover story — on Ben Barlyn and his lawsuit charging that he was wrongfully terminated from his job as a Hunterdon County prosecutor after he protested the...

To the Editor: Send Hunger Packing

To the Editor:Send Hunger PackingThe Sunday afternoon of June 9 was the culmination of a 55-day process and collaboration to raise enough money to feed 215 children in the...

Calling All Writers

Calling all writers: We know it’s a lonely, endeavor, pitting you against the blinking cursor on a blank computer screen. But it also has its moments. One of them...

To the Editor

Time again for a reminder to the short story writers and poets in our midst: Your submissions are welcomed for the annual U.S. 1 Summer Fiction issue. While the...

Letters to the Editor: Defining BCRC’s Scope

I was diagnosed with Non Hodgkins Lymphoma in 2001. Fortunately, I received excellent care from talented medical professionals.But, at age 40, I was going through chemotherapy, I was bald,...

Summer Fiction Reception

Writers don’t get out much (otherwise they would never get anything written), so they can be forgiven for some of the questions directed to U.S. 1 regarding the annual...

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Mercer’s Voting Machines: Old, Hackable, and Not Going Anywhere

Mercer County’s substandard, easily hackable voting machines were supposed to be replaced in 2008. But they will still be in place for the 2020 election.

The Fall of Icarus