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How Trenton ‘Won’ Amazon’s HQ2 Battle

Imagine 8 million square feet in five closely connected campuses. Trenton's Amazon plan didn’t make the finals, but it uncovered some hidden assets within the city.

Farm and Cooking School Take Root in Hopewell

Tucked away on a country road in Hopewell Township is Roots to River Farm, a remarkable place where you can buy organic produce grown right on the grounds, as well as prepared food made with those ingredients.

Proposed Plant Poses a Toxic Threat

Israel-based Elcon Recycling Services has plans to build a facility in Falls Township, Pennsylvania, that would store and treat 200,000 tons per year of hazardous and residual waste. Residents in neighboring communities are not happy.

Life in 08505: Bordentown City Brings the Charm

Promotional materials dub Bordentown City “A Little City With A Lot of Charm.” Say what you will about truth in advertising, but there’s something to the motto.

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.

Springdale’s New Lease on Golf

Kevin Tylus, Erin Hamrick, and Will Green bring Princeton’s oldest golf club back to its glory days.

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.

Go Inside the July 25, 2018 Summer Fiction Issue

The following stories were originally published in the July 25, 2018 U.S. 1 Newspaper.

50 Years Later, Memories of Changing Times

On the eve of his 50th college reunion, Richard K. Rein recalls the rise of student power and the anti-war movement, and the fall of the selective clubs as the dominant source of campus social life.