Motorists are required to yield to pedestrians at unmarked crosswalks (no paint on the pavement), and stop and stay stopped for pedestrians in marked (painted) crosswalks.
To tell the history of Springdale without discussing its segregated past dismisses the experience of many African-Americans in our community.
Monroe Township League of Women Voters wants to inform readers of important changes to the mail-in ballot process.
Diversity is a beautiful word that enriches life. This November we have another election but many voices are not going to be heard.
Governor Phil Murphy’s and Speaker Craig Coughlin’s comments last week on increasing the minimum wage to $15 reflect the Governor’s vision for a fairer economy in New Jersey.
Days before students returned to the Princeton campus, the readers, writers, and poets of U.S. 1’s annual Summer Fiction issue took over the Forum space at the university’s new Lewis Arts Complex to mingle and hear readings and discussion of the published works.
Labor Day also marks an official start of the fall arts season. That will be marked by U.S. 1’s Fall Arts Preview on September 12.
At United Way of Greater Mercer County, we recognize that there is a need in the community when it comes to the issue of summer hunger.
U.S. 1 will host its annual Summer Fiction reception next Wednesday, August 29, from 5 to 7:30 p.m. at Princeton University’s Lewis Center for the Arts.
Richard K. Rein’s August 15 column, about acts of kindness observed at a gas station, prompted a letter from a reader in Hopewell who had her own “gas station moment."