The Rebirth of Trenton Central

For the last five years Trenton Central High School has operated from four different buildings within Trenton while students waited for a new high school. Beginning Monday, September 9, the 1,850 students finally will be together under one roof — a new one that does not leak.

Charter School Aims to Enhance Student Landscape

Achievers Early College Prep Charter School in Trenton, now entering its second year, has a built-in philosophy: that college is attainable, and by fostering partnerships among other educators and colleges, the school will graduate digitally literate graduates who are prepared for jobs that may not even exist today.

Go Inside This Week’s Issue of U.S. 1: August 7, 2019

The following stories were originally published in the August 7, 2019, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.

How the State Created a Monster on Trenton’s Main Street

It’s a true life political horror story that opens with sound bites and fury and ends with the dirge of a done deal. The monster is a $376 million New Jersey State office project that could have been a dream come true for the beleaguered capital city but turned into a nightmare.

Go Inside This Week’s Issue of U.S. 1: July 24, 2019

The following stories were originally published in the July 24, 2019, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.

Go Inside This Week’s Issue of U.S. 1: July 17, 2019

The following stories were originally published in the July 17, 2019, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.

Nate Stucky’s Garden of Spiritual Delights

Nate Stucky is an ordained Mennonite minister who holds a doctor of divinity, and is founding director of “The Farminary Project” — a formal course in which a small working farm just outside Princeton becomes the setting for spiritual insights and growth.

Go Inside This Week’s Issue of U.S. 1: July 10, 2019

The following stories were originally published in the July 10, 2019, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.

Dorothy Mullen Wants You to Eat Your Vegetables

This is the story of “Dor” Mullen, founder of Suppers, a learn-by-doing program where people learn to cook, taste, and feel their way to vibrant health.

Why Suppers?

Over the past 10 years hundreds of Suppers meetings have been held, many in Dorothy’s kitchen. This now needs to change, and I and other board members are asking for the community’s help.

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