Monday, July 13, 2020

Between the Lines

In case you have not already noticed, U.S. 1 now pays more attention than usual to residential real estate. In the past we have devoted at least two issues...

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On several occasions over the years, U.S. 1 has addressed the issue of unsafe highways and the risks we all run as we rush to and from work on...

Letter to the Editor: More on Horses

I have just read the articles on the horse auctions at Camelot Stables (November 23 and December 14, 2005), having stumbled on them while researching Camelot on the Internet....

Letters to the Editor

Mercer County Community College appreciates U.S. 1’s coverage of our many summer camp opportunities. In your March 1 issue, the MCCC at Artworks website you listed is no longer...

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Our office is in the throes of publishing the annual U.S. 1 Business Directory, which should really be a full-time year-round chore for a committee of hard workers, but...

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In the businesses we cover, it is not too often that we run into a father-son act. And it almost never happens that the son is 15 years old....

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Coming to the aid of the working parent, U.S. 1’s Lynn Miller has compiled lists of more than 130 camps, everything from the traditional day camps to those centered...

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...

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As our product gets increasingly digitized and Balkanized, with everyone with a PC and a DSL line in the publishing business, we in the world of journalism are trying...

Letter to the Editor: Whitman Legacy

In your February 8 article on Christie Whitman, our former governor says that “having more women in politics and government can only help our country.” I agree completely —...

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