Between the Lines

To the Editor: Teen Talk NeededI am writing from HiTOPS, the 20-year-old youth health center in Princeton (www.hitops.org). I would like to commend U.S. 1 for its coverage of...

Between the Lines

A recent Wall Street Journal survey suggests that career satisfaction depends on intellectual stimulation, strong job security, a high level of autonomy, and direct contact with customers or clients.A...

A U.S. 1 Readership Study

For a U.S. 1 reporter eating out, lunch isn’t just lunch. It’s an exercise in craning one’s neck to see what U.S. 1 story the people at surrounding tables...

Notes & Letters

#b#To the Editor: Holt v. Sipprelle#/b#At a recent campaign breakfast at his home, Scott Sipprelle disparaged Einstein’s Alley and its leading advocate, Congressman Rush Holt, saying, “They put up...

Between the Lines

In the 21st century, communication is still not perfect. Our DSL access was out of whack last month, and it worked only spasmodically in the days before and after...

To the Editor: OPRA Update Needed

In New Jersey we are fortunate to have two fantastic tools to help maintain open government at all levels — the Open Public Records Act, and the Byron M....

To The Editor

#b#To the Editor: Will Jughandles Need U-Turn?#/b#It is clear that NJDOT intends to close the Harrison and Washington Road jughandles permanently. Its advisory on the NJDOT website states: “If...

To the Editor: Bill Would Protect NJ Freelancers

More than 600,000 New Jersey freelancers generate receipts of $30 billion annually to the state’s economy. But despite their emergence as an increasingly important sector in the business community,...

More Public Hearings for Proposed PennEast Pipeline

As a member of the League of Women Voters of New Jersey, I am very concerned about the very limited joint Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and Delaware River Basin...

To the Editor

#b#Yes on Open Space#/B#On Tuesday, November 6, I urge voters to approve equalization of the Open Space Ballot Question on tax rates, as recommended by Princeton’s Joint Consolidation Commission....

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From NJWedding.com to NJParenting.com

Twenty-two years after it launched NJWedding.com is starting a family: NJParenting.com, launched in February, is a directory of child-related services, much like its parent site is a directory for the wedding business.